Loganville is a campground in the Tahoe National Forest in Camptonville, California, near several exciting attractions. There are 19 tent-only campsites to choose from, and they're spread out over two loops. One loop lies flat, and the other stretches up a hillside. Both loops have plenty of shade and privacy thanks to the dense forest surrounding them. The daily fee is $24 at Loganville, but if you bring a second vehicle, you'll be subject to an additional $5 fee. Your furry family members can join you at Loganville, and there's no additional pet fee, but they must be kept on a leash.
Each spot at Loganville Campground is equipped with a picnic table and a campfire ring, and there's drinking water available, too. Because this is a tent-only campsite, there are no electric hookups. Some of the campground's other amenities include a self-pay station and food lockers to keep bears (who frequent the area!) out of your things.
Loganville Campground is on the North Yuba River, and its location is ideal for all kinds of outdoor activities, including swimming, fishing, hiking, hunting, and gold panning. Campers can also head to Sardine Lake, which is just nine miles from the campground. There, you'll find boat rentals, and the lake is also used for swimming and fishing for trout.
The town of Sierra City is a little more than a mile from the campground. This historic locale has churches, restaurants, shops, museums, and other attractions to explore. Two of the most pawpular on-land attractions near the campground include the Kentucky Mine and the Sierra County Historic Park.
If you visit at the beginning of May or the end of October, you can likely get a spot without a reservation. If you plan on camping between the end of May to the beginning of September, be sure to book in advance so you don't miss out on your spot at Loganville Campground!