Eagle Lake Field Office

 Campgrounds at Eagle Lake


 North Eagle Lake Campground


North Eagle Lake Campground


There are 20 developed sites available on a first come first served basis. The fee is $8 per night for a single site or $11 per night for multiple occupancy. Facilities include potable water, fire rings, picnic tables, lake access, RV (up to 35')or trailer sites, tent sites, trash removal, and vault toilets. Open mid May to Early November subject to seasonal weather conditions.

Directions: From Susanville travel north on Highway 139 for 30 miles. Turn west (left) on County Road A-1 and travel ½ mile. Turn North (right) into the campground.

  

Rocky Point - East


Rocky Point East


This is an undeveloped campground on the east shore of Rocky Point. The site is best suited for self-contained camping. There is no potable water or trash removal available but a vault toilet is provided. There is no fee for the use of the campground but a donation is requested to assist with the routine maintenance costs. The surface in the campground is packed earth, gravel or sand. It is possible to launch small boats along the shoreline in the campground area.

Access to Rocky Point - East

From Susanville travel north on Highway 139 for 30 miles. Turn west (left) on County Road A-1 and travel approximately 5 miles. Turn south (left) on Lakeside drive in the Bucks Bay subdivision. Travel south to the Rocky Point access road. Watch for signs to Rocky Point. Follow the unimproved dirt road south along the shoreline until you reach the campground area.

 

Rocky Point - West


Rocky Point West


This is a small undeveloped campground on the west shore of Rocky Point. The site is best suited for self-contained camping. There is no potable water or trash removal available but a vault toilet is provided. There is no fee for the use of the campground. The surface in the campground is packed earth, gravel or sand. It is possible to launch small boats along the shoreline in the campground area.

Access to Rocky Point - West

From Susanville travel north on Highway 139 for 30 miles. Turn west (left) on County Road A-1 and travel approximately 6 miles. Turn south (left) at the bottom of a mile long grade. The town of Spalding should be visible across the bay as you come down the grade.


Dispersed Camping

Although dispersed camping is allowed on all land administered by the Bureau of Land Management land around the lake, the stretch of shoreline between Hwy 139 and the lake a couple of miles south of the County Road A-1 and Hwy 139 intersection is the most popular. Although during the high use seasons portable toilets are provided in this area, self-contained camping is required to avoid the disposal of gray water within the closed basin of Eagle Lake. With the exception of the portable toilets, no services are provided in this dispersed camping area.

Two week limits apply to any one site in the dispersed areas and you must move at least two miles when relocating. A 28 day per year limit applies. When camping, "Leave No Trace" so the area is as clean or cleaner than when you found it. Camp at least 200 feet from water sources to allow wildlife access to the water. Please respect private landowners, take a map and ensure that you are recreating on public lands.

More information about Eagle Lake

Forest Service Campgrounds - Link to U.S.F.S. website

 

Facilities

Boat launches are located at Stones Landing, Spalding and Gallatin Marina in the Forest Service Eagle Lake Recreation Area on the south end of the Lake.

Groceries can be purchased at Stones Landing, Spalding and the Gallatin Marina Store.

Vehicle fuel can be purchased at Stones Landing.

Boat fuel on the lake is located at Gallatin Marina