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Death Valley National Park announced plans to open two additional campgrounds for the winter season

DEATH VALLEY, CA – Death Valley National Park announced plans to open two additional campgrounds for the winter season. Texas Springs Campground will open on Monday, November 13. Sunset Campground opened November 3. Both campgrounds will remain open until the middle of April. Campground status: ...

Staggered Opening of Death Valley’s Campgrounds

DEATH VALLEY, CA – Death Valley National Park announces this fall and winter season’s camping options. Most campgrounds open, some will open later as repairs are completed and seasonal staff report for duty. CURRENTLY OPEN Furnace Creek Campground (154 sites) Stovepipe Wells Campground (190 sit...

Potable water not available at Antelope Lake’s Boulder & Lone Rock campgrounds

Potable water not available at Antelope Lake’s Boulder and Lone Rock campgrounds - Long Point Campground unaffected QUINCY, Calif – July 28, 2017 – Water systems work until they don’t. At least, that’s the case with the system that serves Antelope Lake’s Boulder Creek and Lone Rock Campgrounds in t...

Gold Lake 4x4 campground improvements

QUINCY, CA - July 21, 2017 – In the short term, ever resourceful Gold Lake 4x4 campers are providing their own portable “pack it in-pack it out” restroom accommodations as the last of the infamous pit toilets (or large capacity cesspools as they are known in the trade) have been removed from the Plu...

Los Padres NF Campfire Information

Level II fire restrictions will be implemented throughout the Los Padres NF and will remain in effect until the end of the fire season in late autumn. January 17, 2017 - Snow and rain across Los Padres National Forest has provided sufficient moisture to reduce fire restrictions on the forest effect...

Spanish Creek Campground upgrades

QUINCY, Calif – June 9, 2017 – Spanish Creek Campground features new upgrades including three group and four family campsites plus additional parking. Five miles west of Quincy, CA along the scenic Feather River Byway (CA Hwy 70), the popular Plumas National Forest campground has grown in populari...

Weather Delays Some Campground Openings on the Sierra National Forest

Clovis, CA. June 08, 2017 – After an extraordinary winter on the Sierra National Forest (NF), some campgrounds remain closed due to snow and rain amounts that haven’t been seen in years. Campground closures, are due to inaccessibility with snow still measurable in feet in the higher elevations, extr...

Almanor North and South Campgrounds Remain Closed

CHESTER, Calif., May 24, 2017 – The Lassen National Forest Almanor Ranger District remains optimistic that they will open Almanor North and South campgrounds in early to mid-June. A contractor began the removal of hazard trees on May 17th.  Since initially identifying hazard trees, approximately 40...
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