Lake Oroville Sra Campground

Lake Oroville Sra Campground
Season for Peak Fees: 05/15 to 09/15

This man-made lake was formed by the tallest earth-filled dam (770 feetabove the stream bed of the Feather River) in the country. Encompassingapproximately 28,450 acres near the City of Oroville, the park featuresfamily and group camping, boating, an extensive system of horse, bicycleand hiking trails and a state-of-the-art horse camp. The park features"floating campsites," moored in a cove. The area includes the FeatherRiver Fish Hatchery, built by the Department of Water Resources toreplace lost spawning areas for salmon and steelhead. Displays of StateWater Project and the area's natural and cultural history are featuredat the visitor's center.

Park Kiosk Hours:



Services

Within Facility
  • Boat Launch Ramp
  • Boating
  • Comfort Station
  • Disabled Access Site
  • Dump Station
  • Fire Rings
  • Fishing
  • Group Camping
  • Handicap Access
  • Hiking
  • Hiking Trail
  • Horseback Riding
  • Information Center
  • Iron Ranger
  • Laundry
  • Marina
  • Nature Trails
  • Parking
  • Picnic Area
  • Restrooms
  • Showers
  • Store - Convenience
  • Swimming
  • Telephone
  • Visitors Center

Directions

Lake Oroville SRA
400 GLEN DRIVE
Oroville CA 95966-9222

BIDWELL CANYON: 68 miles north of Sacramento on Highway 70 to Highway 162; 8 miles east on Highway 162 to Kelly Ridge Rd, left on Kelly Ridge Rd to Arroyo Dr.
SPILLWAY: 68 miles north of Sacramento on Highway 70 to Highway 162; 6.5 miles east on Highway 162 to Canyon Dr, left on Canyon Dr to Oroville Dam, and cross the dam.
LOAFER CREEK: 68 miles north of Sacramento on Highway 70 to Highway 162. 9.5 miles east on Highway 162 to Loafer Creek, left into the park.
LIME SADDLE: North of Sacramento on Highway 70 to Penez Road; left on Penez Road, take a right at campground entrance sign, proceed to Kiosk.

 
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