Findley Campground lies on the picturesque Jackson Meadow Reservoir in the Tahoe National Forest. The location of this dog-friendly campground, part of the Woodcamp Recreation Area, makes it an excellent base for numerous activities around the area. These include hiking, hunting, fishing, and boating, to name a few.
Surrounded by fir and pine trees, the campground rewards you with beautiful views. The Jackson Meadow Reservoir lies in a rolling forested valley, providing spectacular views of the English Mountain and Sierra Crest. The reservoir is a beautiful, high elevation lake that also offers good fishing options. Rainbow and brown trout await anglers at the Jackson Meadow Reservoir. You also get amazing opportunities for canoeing, swimming, and water skiing. The Woodcamp Recreation Area features a boat ramp and swim beach. A short nature trail leads you through the adjacent Woodcamp campground. Biking and hunting are among the popular activities in the surrounding area.
The campground has 11 single-family campsites for tents, RVs, and trailers, but does not offer hookups. The maximum length for RVs is 80 feet, while big rigs are also accepted. Each site is equipped with a campfire ring and a picnic table. Drinking water and vault toilets are provided. Nevada Irrigation District operates the campground under a permit from the Tahoe National Forest. You are required to keep your doggo on a leash and attend to them at all times. Also, remember to do your part in keeping the ground clean and beautiful. Pack some poop bags when visiting with Fido and clean up after your canine family member.
Beware of bears; keep your food and scented items in bear-proof lockers. Part of the Pacific Crest Trail winds along the lake’s east side. All in all, this spot is a great camping area, offering the winning combination of natural beauty and recreational activities at an elevation of 6,030 feet.