PG&E - Kings River Watershed
PG&E manages campgrounds on or near reservoirs used for hydro-electric production in California. Campgrounds are open to the public for a fee. American Land & Leisure operates these campgrounds under a special use permit. This recreational area contains the following reservoirs: Courtright, Wishon, Black Rock and Kerckhoff.
TRAPPER SPRINGS CAMPGROUND
70 sites are shaded by towering conifers on Courtright Reservoir. Campsites do not have a view of the lake but you'll feel like you are in Yosemite when hiking or fishing on the lake.
marmot rock CAMPGROUND
15 shady campsites are nestled on the south shore of Courtright Reservoir. Some sites have stunning views of the lake. Marmot Rock Campground is for walk-in camping; no trailers or RV's.
Lily Pad CAMPGROUND
19 campsites on Wishon Reservoir are a mix of first-come-first-served and reservable. Some sites can accommodate large RV's. There are no lake views from the campground. There is a boat launch nearby.
Upper kings group CAMPGROUND
This group area can accommodate up to 50 people for overnight camping. The campground is located at the base of the Wishon Reservoir Dam on the Upper Kings River.
black rock CAMPGROUND
Remote, first-come-first-served, camping on Black Rock Reservoir near Shaver Lake. The single-lane winding road is not recommended for large RV's.
smalley cove CAMPGROUND
Smalley Cove has 5 sites near Kerckhoff Reservoir. Campsites are shaded by Scrub Oak and Grey Pine.