Plumas National Forest

Discussion in 'Destinations' started by Wolfpack Fan, Jun 14, 2012.

  1. Wolfpack Fan

    Wolfpack Fan Junior Member

    Plumas National Forest is in the Sierra Mountains of California. There are 2 Lakes I'm aware of within it. Davis Lake and Frenchman's Lake.

    Davis Lake has 3 campgrounds on the lake edge, 1 being closed right now for renovations. The campgrounds do not have any hook ups, but they're nicely shaded and level with beautiful surroundings.

    Frenchmans Lake has 5 campgrounds surrounding it, 3 on the lake. This one we're most familiar with because it's where we usually camp. The 5 campgrounds are 1. Chilcoot; 2. Cottonwood; 3. Frenchmans; 4. Spring Creek; and 5. Big Cove. None of the sites have hook ups, but the normal nightly fee is only $21. All of the campgrounds are maintained and managed very nicely.

    All of the campgrounds are managed by 1000 Trails and run or owned by the US Forest Service.

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