Black Oak campground In California is located in a heavy conifer forest near the Stumpy Meadows Boat Ramp offering ample opportunities for swimming, boating, and fishing. In the Eldorado National forest there are over 400 miles of hiking trails, plenty of lakes and rivers for fishing and swimming, and a beautiful area to relax in. You’ll enjoy all of these amenities at Black Oak Campground.
Black Oak Group Campground rests at an elevation of 4,400 feet in the northern section of Eldorado National Forest. 4 group camp areas are located on the premises.
Site #1 can hold one group of 50 occupants, Site # 2 can hold one group of 75 occupants, Site #3 can hold one group of 50 occupants, and Site # 4 can hold one group of 25 occupants.
This campground is open from mid-April through mid-October. Reservations can be made up to one year in advance but must be made at least four days before you intended arrival date.
Thing To Do:
- Fire Rings
- Vault Toilet
This facility will be closed until May 26, 2011 due to heavy snow.
Group size limitations will be enforced. A per day fee will be collected for extra people, extra vehicles and pets.
No access for new campers from 10pm to 6am
Black Oak (CA)
Phone Park for More Information: (530)333-4312
GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
You need to travel from Sacramento to Auburn to Cool via Highway 49. Turn on highway 193 to Georgetown. Turn onto the main street and follow for 16 miles and cross the dam at Stumpy Meadows Lake. From there it is approximately 1 mile to the campground.
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