Sunday, June 9, 2013

Hat Creek Campground

Hat Creek Campground

Brief description:  Nice campground at approximately the 4,400 ft level.  The campground follows the inviting Hat Creek, a haven for trout fly fisherpersons.

Open Dates:  April – October weather permitting.

Number of Campsites:  Over 70 single sites and 3 group sites.  Maximum spur about 20 feet.

Length of Stay:  14 days

Fees:  $16 per site.  Golden Age passport gives a 50% discount.

Affiliation:  National Forest Campground

Location/Address:  Located 26 miles from Burney, California one mile from Old Station along Hwy 89 near the intersection of State Route 44 and 89.

Elevation:  4,400 ft.

Contact Information:
Lassen National Forest
2550 Riverside Drive
Susanville, CA  96130
(530) 257-2151

  • World class trout fly fishing
  • Hiking
  • Near Lassen Volcanic National Park
  • Picnic tables
  • Drinking water
  • Flush and vault toilets
  • *Due to swift current in Hat Creek swimming is discouraged
  • One mile from Subway Cave, a volcanic lava flow tunnel
 General Description:  Large campground in and among Ponderosa and Jeffery pines along the bank of Hat Creek.  The area is renowned for fly fishing in the swift, cold waters of Hat Creek.  Busy during the summer.  Accessible fishing access.  Near Lassen National Park.  

Nearby Services:  (groceries, medical, etc.)  Old Station Visitor’s Center is nearby.  Full service market at Burney, CA approximately 19 miles.  Nearest medical services at:
Mayers Memorial Hospital
43563 Highway 299 East

Fall River Mills, CA  96028

No comments:

Post a Comment