Loved this park. Just took it by chance when we saw that they had paved streets and paved sites. A few sites are out of the trees where we could get dish TV. They had cable, but it was limited. People are very nice. Our price was Passport America. We ended up staying three nights. If going to this park do not follow GPS. Go in off 139 at Eagle Lake Rd to, I think it was Stoddard, and drive to the end and turn right. The west side of the lake is pretty but quite windy. Nice for a day ride. Would and will stay here again. Nice view of this the second largest natural lake in California, and known for rainbow trout. We camped here in a Motorhome.
All i have to say is the campground was very clean and nice. However the drive from Susanvile to the campground is very FAR about 40 miles or so. Very COLD in the mornings so bring an extra blanket. Overall very nice. We camped here in a Tent.
If you like to fish, this is the place for you! It's quite secluded and well off the beaten path. The park is well-maintained and it is very apparent the owners take care of the park. They are in the process of upgrading many of the larger sites to 50 amp. It was beautiful, quiet and peaceful. Four deer wandered wherever they wanted, including through our site: wonderful! Although that did drive our black lab crazy! Staff was friendly and helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is way out there by Eagle Lake, not in Susanville. Park is clean, and stall is friendly.The squirrels are fun to watch; they keep you entertained! Great fishing location. If want peace and quiet this is the place! It is serene. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Friendly staff. View of Eagle Lake. Area caters to the fishermen who come from all over. Since we were there only for two days, ended up in small, narrow site. Good thing we don't have slides on our trailer. We were down near the long term that had kids and barking dogs. If we come this way again, would consider staying again. We stayed on Passport America rates. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This place is awesome. The campground/park is actually located about 25 miles north of Susanville in the Spaulding area on the west side of the lake. It is separated from the lake by an airstrip and bird habitat but has great views of the lake, bald eagles and osprey nests nearby. We stayed the week of the trout opener over Memorial Day. Fishing was excellent. There is a large area for storing your boat trailer on the property and the marina is about a quarter mile away. There is a general store with the typical stuff you might need as well as LPG, gas and diesel fuel. The staff was friendly and helpful. It is family oriented and pet friendly. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.