Cedar Bluff

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Camp Type: Tent, RV, Other
Dogs Allowed: Yes
Restroom: Flushing
Permit: Unknown
Shower: No
Wifi: Not available
Entrance Fee: Unknown
Campfire: Allowed
Pet Fee: None
Leash Rule: On Leash
Description

If you're looking for solace and peace, Cedar Bluff Campground is the perfect vacation location for you and your pooch. Situated in The Bass Lake Ranger District in California, and a part of the Sierra National Forest, Cedar Bluffs is one of the many campsites surrounding the lake. 

Bass Lake is one of the main attractions that bring visitors to the campsite. Located close by, Bass Lake offers many activities including swimming, boating (both small motorized boats and manual boats), water-skiing, sailing, and fishing. Fish in the lake include bass (hence the name), catfish, trout, and bluegill. Access to the beach is less than a mile away from the campground, giving you the perfect opportunity to take your pooch on a stroll through the scenic pine woods  

Some nearby hiking trails you can enjoy include Goat Mountain, Spring Cove, and Willow Creek. Be on the lookout for wildlife while visiting the site and exploring the trails, as both bald and golden eagles are known to nest in the area.

Campsites come equipped with a grill, picnic table, and stone fire-ring, however, there are no hookups for RVs. The campsites found at Cedar bluff are unique because they are large and meant to be used by groups that are 12-24 people in size. This makes the campgrounds perfect for gatherings, celebrations, and family reunions. As a result of their size, campsites are priced between 66 to 140 dollars per night, depending on the site.

The forests surrounding Bass Lake has undergone some recent significant changes. Due to a growing number of hazardous and dead trees, the forest has been maintained and is now much thinner than before. This has impacted shade areas on the campsites, and therefore campers are advised to prepare for minimal shade by bringing shade tents and umbrellas to set up onsite.

Dogs are permitted on the campground. Owners are asked to keep dogs on-leash at all times and to pick up any waste made by their pet. Poop bags are not provided, so please bring them from home, but there is trash collection available on the grounds.

So, the next time you’re planning to escape to California for a camping vacation with your family, be sure to keep Cedar Bluff Campground in mind!

Safety
Steep Inclines
Address
Road 222
Oakhurst, CA 93644
Open Months
May - September
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Address
Road 222
Oakhurst, CA 93644
Open Months
May - September