Boulder Creek Campground / Antelope Lake

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Boulder Creek Campground / Antelope Lake

Area: northern end of the lake

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Plumas National Forest

Administered by: Mount Hough Ranger District (530) 283-0555

Setting: Conifer lined shore

Elevation: 5,000

Season Length: Subject to weather conditions,  May through early September

Number of sites: 70

Fee: $20; $5 for each additional vehicle

RV sites:  Yes   RV’s up to: 40-feet  No Hook-ups:   Garbage: containers

Toilets: Vault    Water: Yes      Picnic tables and fire grills                     

Nearest town: Susanville

Nearby facilities: Sanitary Dump Station; boat launch, grocery store

Nearby fishing: Indian Creek

Reservations:  Yes (fee)

Additional information:  Pets must be kept on a leash.  Please note that the dates and prices below are subject to change and reflect 2007 data.  If listed, the campground opening dates are approximate due to weather conditions.  For reservable campsites, go on line at or phone toll free at 877-444-6777.

Directions: From Highway 395 at the junction with Highway 70, drive ___ miles north past Honey Lake towards Janesville.  Look for County Road 208 one mile south of Janesville.  Look for a sign to Antelope Lake, and turn left on County Road 208.  Drive 15 miles to a Y in the road.  Turn left at the Y and drive 4 miles to the northwest end of the lake.



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This page contains a single entry by David Archer published on April 15, 2008 1:31 PM.

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