Grasshopper Flat Campground

 

Campground Type
Forest Service / BLM

Location:
Off of Grizzly Road, on the south part of Lake Davis.
Northern California

Campground Details

Open: Seasonal
Number of Sites: 2

About: This campground is one of the three located on Lake Davis, 7 miles north of Portola, California. This lake was created in 1967 for recreational opportunities, and the area offers a wide variety of summer outdoor experiences including camping, picnicking, fishing, hunting, boating, mountain biking, swimming, and wildlife viewing. The California Department of Fish and Game sponsor a free trout fishing day in June and September. The Smith Peak State Game refuge boarders the Lake Davis Recreation area to the east and south of the lake. Numerous fishing access points on perimeter of lake. Frequent strong winds can cause the lake to become very hazardous for small craft. In winter, ice fishing, snowmobiling, and cross-country skiing are favored.

Fees: $20 (2011)

Usage: Moderate

Closest Towns: Portola (CA)

Water: Yes

Restrictions: 14 day limit.

Restrooms: Flush Toilets

Directions: From Portola CA. take County road 126 North 7 miles. Take Country road 112 to east side of Lake Davis, go approximately 1 mile and campground is on the left.

 

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