Found just outside of the Kaiser Wilderness, College campground offers opportunities for hiking and water sports.
Camping can be done here in any of the ten available sites here, all of which are non-electric. These sites come standard with a fire ring and picnic table and have bathrooms located just to the east of the main site. If you're keeping your dog with you overnight, make sure they stay in your tent during your stay. Nightly rates for single-family tent sites start at $33. Visitors should be warned that a $2 surcharge is added to camp rates when staying during the holidays. You'll also need to register at the visitors center before heading to your site.
Quite a few hiking trails can be found here at College Campground, which means it should be a cinch to get you and your canine companion out into the wilderness for some great adventures on foot. The three most notable trails in and around College are Rancheria Falls, Indian Pools, and Black Point. All of these paths are relatively primitive, which means you should come with proper footwear if you're going to explore these paths. If you choose to bring your canine along for this journey, make sure they're on a sturdy, dependable leash while also cleaning up any messes they may decide to leave behind.
Due to its prime location on the shore of Huntington Lake, College campground offers several boating opportunities throughout the season. All types of watercraft are allowed here, including kayaks, canoes, and both motorized and non-motorized boats. Make sure to check with camp officials before bringing your boat along, as state regulations do apply to these types of vehicles.
Fishing is also popular here, with several species being available for anglers, including brown trout, rainbow trout, and salmon, among others. If you're looking to catch your dinner, there's a limit of 5 fish caught in any given day in this body of water. All normal state fishing regulations apply here as well, so make sure you come with the proper licenses are gear. Feel free to keep your canine companion with you on the shoreline -- just be sure to keep them on a leash and under your control.