Mount Hough Ranger District​

Mount Hough Ranger District is located on the Northern end of the Plumas National Forest. It borders Lassen National Forest on the Northern side. Here, visitors can enjoy RV and tent camping, hiking, horseback riding, picnicking, and boating on one of its two lakes. The 21,000 acre Bucks Lake Wilderness Area on the western side of Plumas National Forest attracts visitors using the Pacific Crest Trail as 32 miles traverse from 2,000 ft. to 7,017 ft. elevation and access Spanish Peak.

Deanes Valley Campground

Deanes Valley Campground, elevation 4,400 feet, is located 12 miles southwest of Quincy, CA and 1 mile from Rock Creek Campground on FSR 24N20. The campground offers a total of seven single campsites each with a picnic table, fire ring and bear proof food locker. There are two vault toilets and no potable water.

Greenville Campground

The Greenville Campground, elevation 3,500 feet is located 1 mile north of Greenville, CA and 9 miles southwest of Lake Almanor, a popular recreation area. This facility offers 19 single sites. Each campsite has a picnic table and fire ring. There are two vault, two gated dirt roads, one fee station and two visitor information boards.

Meadow Campground

Meadow Camp Campground, elevation 3,200 feet, is located 10 miles west of Quincy, CA on Forest Service Road 24N29. This campground offers six single campsites each with a picnic table and fire ring. Three campsites are designated as equestrian and are large enough to accommodate portable corrals. There is one vault toilet and a visitor information sign. No potable water is available.

Rock Creek Campground

Rock Creek Campground, elevation 4,400 ft is approximately 11 miles southwest of Quincy, CA and 1 mile from Deanes Campground on FSR 24N20. The campground offers six single campsites each with a fire ring and picnic table. No sites are on the reservation system. There is one vault toilet and a visitor information sign. No potable water is available at this site.

Silver Lake Campground

Silver Lake Campground, elevation 5,800 ft., is located 20 miles southwest of Quincy, CA off FSR24N29 and is adjacent to the Bucks Lake Wilderness area. The dirt and gravel road are not suitable for trailers or RV’s over 20 feet in length. There are nine campsites each with a picnic table, food locker and fire ring. There 3 vault toilets and a visitor information sign. No potable water at this site.

Snake Lake Campground

Snake Lake Campground, elevation 5,800 feet, is approximately 8 miles northwest of Quincy, CA off County Road 435. There are seventeen single campsites each with picnic table, food locker, and fire ring and grill. Eight campsites are designated as equestrian and are large enough to accommodate portable corrals. There 2 vault toilets and a visitor information sign. No potable water at this site.

Boulder Creek Campground

Antelope Lake Recreation Area
Boulder Creek Campground, elevation 5,000 feet, is located on the northwest shore of Antelope Lake adjacent to Lone Rock Campground. This campground offers 69 single campsites, one of which can be rented as a double site. The campground is arranged in two loops with mixed trailer and single car parking spurs. Each campsite has a table, fire ring, and parking spur. There are 9 (1 single and 8 double) vault toilet buildings, some of which are accessible. Potable water is available.

Lone Rock Campground

Antelope Lake Recreation Area
Lone Rock Campground, elevation 5,000 feet, is located on the northwest shore of Antelope Lake adjacent to Boulder Creek Campground. The campground offers 87 single campsites arranged in two loops with mixed trailer and single car parking spurs. Each campsite has a table, fire ring, and parking spur with wheel stops. There are 9 (7 singles, 2 double) vault toilet buildings. Potable water is available.

Long Point Campground

Antelope Lake Recreation Area
Long Point Campground, elevation 5,000 feet, is located on the eastern shore of Antelope Lake, five miles east of Lone Rock and Boulder Creek Campgrounds. This campground offers 35 single campsites, seven of which can be rented as double sites. All campsites have a lake view, and are arranged around a single loop, each with a table, fire ring, and parking spur with wheel stops. Approximately 50% of the campsites have food lockers or bear boxes. There are 2 CXT vault toilets (1 single, 1 double) in the campground. Potable water is available.

Long Point Group Campground

Antelope Lake Recreation Area
Long Point Group Campground, elevation 5,000 feet, is located adjacent to Long Point Campground on the eastern shore of Antelope Lake. The campground offers four group campsites capable of accommodating 100 people and 24 vehicles. Each group campsite contains six tables, four fire rings, eleven grills and a group parking spur. There are 2 vault toilet;s (1 single, 1 double) buildings. Potable water is available.

Antelope Picnic Campground

Antelope Lake Recreation Area
The Antelope Picnic Ground site is located on the north end of the lake approximately 2 miles southeast of the Boulder Creek Campground. This day use site contains one vault toilet, 4 picnic tables, and 10 gravel parking spaces.

Lost Cove Boat Ramp & Picnic Area

Antelope Lake Recreation Area
Lost Cove Boat Ramp, elevation 5,000 feet, is located on the northern shore of Antelope Lake, 3 miles east of Lone Rock and Boulder Creek Campgrounds. The site has a newly renovated two-lane concrete boat ramp with a 40 ft. floating dock adjacent to the ramp. There is a 50 ft. steel ramp which can be extended when water levels are low. There are three vault toilet buildings, paved parking for approximately 20 vehicles, a bulletin board, and a fee station. There are three picnic tables, with shade structures, all of which are ADA accessible.

Grizzly Creek Campground

Bucks Lake Recreation Area
Grizzly Creek Campground, 5,200 feet elevation, is located approximately one mile southwest of Bucks Lake. This campground offers 11 single campsites, each with a table, and a fire ring/grill stove. There are 2 vault toilets. No potable water is available. Campground roads and spurs are gravel.

Hutchins Group Campground

Bucks Lake Recreation Area
Hutchins Group Campground, elevation 5,200 feet, is located northwest of Bucks Lake, between Lower Bucks Lake and Bucks Lake and adjacent to Sundew Campground. This campground has three group campsites (including one accessible site), for a total capacity of 75 people and 20 vehicles. Each camp unit has four tables and a large barbeque grill. This group campground is available by reservation only. There are two double-unit accessible vault toilet buildings. Potable water is available.

Lower Bucks Lake Campground

Bucks Lake Recreation Area
Lower Bucks Lake Campground, 5,200 ft. elevation, is located to the west of Bucks Lake, along the north shore of Lower Bucks Lake. The campground offers seven campsites, each campsite has a table and fire ring/grill stove. This site contains one vault toilet. There is no potable water system.

Mill Creek Campground

Bucks Lake Recreation Area
Mill Creek Campground, elevation 5,200 ft., is located on the northwest shore of Bucks Lake. The campground offers a total of 11 single campsites, including one accessible site and three walk-in campsites. Each campsite has a table, fire ring and bear box. There are 2 single vault toilets. Potable water is available.

Sundew Campground

Bucks Lake Recreation Area
Sundew Campground, elevation 5,200 ft., is located on the western shore of Bucks Lake near Hutchins Group Campground. This campground offers 22 single campsites, one fully accessible site, and seven with pull-through spurs. Each campsite has a table, food lockers, and fire ring. There are two single-unit accessible vault toilet buildings. Potable water is available.

Whitehorse Campground

Bucks Lake Recreation Area
Whitehorse Campground, elevation 5,200 feet, is located one mile east of Bucks Lake. This campground has a total of 20 campsites, each with a table, fire ring/grill stove, and parking spur. There are three equestrian campsites but no corrals or hitch posts here.

Sandy Point Boat Ramp, Picnic Area & Beach

Bucks Lake Recreation Area
Sandy Point, 5,200 ft elevation, is located on the western shore of Bucks Lake. Sandy Point primary use is a boat launch; however, the picnic area and beach serve as ancillary uses at the site. Sandy Point has a one lane paved boat ramp, 1 floating boat dock, a native surface beach with no swim buoys. There are two double-unit vault toilet buildings, 1 flush toilet building with 4 coin operated showers, 30 picnic tables, 25 pedestal grills, and 45 paved parking spaces.

Bucks Lake Kiosk

Bucks Lake Recreation Area
Bucks Lake kiosk and picnic site is located on the southwest corner at the intersection of Highways 33 and 414/119. This facility contains 2 single vault toilets, interpretation signs, 2 picnic tables, and 4 paved parking spaces, and is fully accessible.

Gansner Bar Campground

Feather River Canyon Developed Sites
Gansner Bar Campground, elevation 2,500 ft., is located ¼ mile north of State Highway 70 on Caribou Road (FSR 27N26.) There are 17 single sites, each with a table, fire ring/grill combination and food lockers. There is one flush toilet building with 4 toilets. Potable water is available.

Hallsted Campground

Feather River Canyon Developed Sites
Hallsted Campground, elevation 2,800 ft., is located 17 miles west of Quincy, on State Highway 70. There are 20 single campsites, each with a table, food locker, and lantern post and fire ring. There are 9 RV Hookups with electrical boxes available and 4 accessible sites with concrete pads. There is one flush toilet building with 2 heated showers. Potable water is available.

North Fork Campground

Feather River Canyon Developed Sites
North Fork Campground, 2,400 ft elevation, is located two miles mile north of State Highway 70, on Caribou Road (FSR27N26). There are 21 single campsites, each with a table, food locker, lantern post, and fire ring. Four of the sites have electrical hookups. There is one flush toilet building with 2 showers heated with propane; a 100 sf LPG tank is on site. Potable water is available.

Queen Lilly Campground

Feather River Canyon Developed Sites
Queen Lily Campground, 2,600 ft elevation, is located two and a half miles mile north of State Highway 70, on Caribou Road (FSR27N26). There are 12 single campsites, each with a table, food locker and fire ring. There is one flush toilet building (no showers). Potable water is available.

Spanish Creek Campground & Group Campground

Feather River Canyon Developed Sites
Spanish Creek Campground, elevation 3,200 feet, is located approximately seven miles north of Quincy, CA on State Highway 70. This campground has 21 single and 3 group campsites a number of which are located alongside Spanish Creek. Each campsite has a picnic table, food locker, lantern hanger and a fire ring. There are 7 vault toilets (five single + 1 single/1 double in group site). Potable water is available.

Spanish Creek Day Use Area

Feather River Canyon Developed Sites
The Day Use area is located in the lower loop of the family campground and visitors use this site to swim in Spanish Creek. It contains 3 concrete tables, a paved parking lot for 20 vehicles and 2 visitor information signs.

North Fork RV Sewer Waste Station

Feather River Canyon Developed Sites
The sewer waste station is located adjacent to the North Fork Campground. Facilities include a paved road, sewer dump, bulletin board, and one potable water hydrant.
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