Which campgrounds are open for Easter weekend?

Easter Weekend Camping

Of course our year-round campgrounds are open for your Easter Weekend camping trip.

No reservations required:  Although camping is a popular activity for Easter, our campgrounds are rarely full on this weekend.  So don't worry if you do not have a reservation.  Many first-come-first-served sites are ready for you.

We'll leave the lantern on for you!

Check out this complete list of our campgrounds that are already open or will be by the weekend.  If it's not listed, it will not be open for Easter camping.  This does not include picnic areas.

Alabama - Lake Lewis Smith:  Clear Creek, Corinth

California - Georgetown:  Stumpy Meadows

California - Modesto:  Turlock Lake

California - Pit / Hat / Battle:  Cassel, Dusty, Lake Macumber

California - Potter Valley (opening 4/19/2014):  Fuller Grove, Navy, Oak Flat, Pillsbury Pines, Pogie Point, Sunset Point, Trout Creek

California - Red Bluff:  Woodson Bridge

California - Sacramento River:  Brannan Island

Colorado - Canyon Lakes area:  Dowdy, Ansel Watrous

Colorado - Pawnee Grasslands:  Crow Valley

Florida - Lake George:  Alexander Springs, Clearwater Lake, Lake Dorr Cabin, Silver Glen Springs, Salt Springs, Wildcat Lake

Kentucky - Laurel River Lake:  Craigs Creek, Grove, Grove Boat-in, Holly Bay, White Oak Boat-in

Nevada - Spring Mountain/Las Vegas:  Fletcher View, Hilltop, Kyle Canyon

Oregon - Central Coast:  Alder Dune, Baker Beach, Blackberry, Horse Creek, Sutton, Tillicum

Oregon - Detroit:  Hoover, Santiam Flats

Oregon - McKenzie River:  Cougar Crossing, Delta, Lookout, McKenzie Bridge, Olallie

Utah - Flaming Gorge:  Cedar Springs, Dripping Springs, Lucerne

Utah - Spanish Fork: Cherry, Diamond Fork, Whiting

Virginia - Lake Moomaw:  Bolar Mountain

West Virginia - Spruce Knob Recreation Area:  Big Bend, Gatewood Group, Jess Judy, Seneca Shadows, Spruce Knob, Stuart Recreation Area