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Nestled among the tall pines of Lassen County, Eagle Lake offers a unique location surrounded by diverse landscapes, geology, wildlife, and vegetation, with an abundance of recreational opportunities including fishing, swimming, kayaking, skiing, boating activities, hiking, and mountain biking. 

We've reserved two group sites at West Eagle Campground from July 22-28. Reserve your spot today by clicking the link below, or you may sign up on the bulletin board in the Narthex and drop a check in the offering designating "Campout" in the memo line.

COST | $100 for the entire week (Monday-Sunday), or $50 for the weekend only (Thursday-Sunday). 

GROUP ACTIVITIES | Friday evening, we'll come together for a potluck dinner and social time. Saturday, gather a team of 10 for our inaugural CAMP OLYMPICS where our social ministry leaders will host a friendly competition to to see who will reign as champs over this year's camp! We'll wrap up the day with a group worship service among the pines.

CAMPGROUND DETAILS | Group sites are dry-camping only, there are no hook-ups. An RV Dump Station Facility is conveniently located about 2.5 miles away with a dump fee. The Eagle Lake Marina store with gas, propane, fishing and camping supplies, shower and laundry facilities, and the boat launch is located about one mile from the campground. Dogs are allowed on a leash at all times.

GETTING THERE | From Susanville, California, take Highway 36 west for 2 miles to County Road A-1. Turn north and continue 14 miles to the Eagle Lake Recreation Area. Turn right on Gallatin Road, the first highway you will come to in the lake basin, and follow the signs to Eagle Campground. Located on Gallatin Road, Eagle Campground is located approximately 1 mile from the intersection.

CLICK HERE to sign up online.