Lone Rock is the largest of 3 campgrounds found within the Antelope Lake Recreation Area. It's tucked into the heart of the Sierra Nevada mountain range and provides guests with 360-degree views of the imposing natural landscapes.
Lone Rock offers 38 total campsites, all of which cater to both tent camping and recreational vehicles. Parking is available for two vehicles per site at no additional charge, and excess cars have an overflow lot that's also free to use. These sites come standard with fire rings, grilling surfaces, and outdoor tables. No hookups are available here, so if you're a guest who needs electricity throughout the evening, you'll be out of luck. A general store is available just inside of the main entrance to Lone Rock and offers items like last-minute groceries, clothing, and limited fishing supplies. If you'd like a deluxe spot with water views, you'll pay an additional $2 surcharge.
If you're a guest coming with a boat, the Lost Cove Boat Launch can be found just two miles from the North Shore campground, enabling guests to hit the waters of Lake Antelope. This is specifically a day-use area, and admission requires guests to buy a boat launch pass at time of entry. While a good 10-minute drive from the campgrounds, Lost Cove is the most convenient option for overnight guests looking to drop anchor here. Canine companions can ride along with their owners, provide they're kept safe and well-supervised.
Fishing is available on the lake as well, with catfish and trout being commonly seen here. Anglers are welcome to fish either from the shore or a boat, as long as they're obtained a California state fishing license and brought all the necessary gear. Canines are allowed to accompany owners looking to fish, provided they stay on leash and refrain from interrupting other sports enthusiasts.
If you're looking to enjoy a bit of exploration, Lone Rock contains the first few miles of the Sunset Point Trail. This stretch is open to mountain bikers as well, so make sure to keep an eye out for any swift-moving traffic as you hike around. If you keep your dog with you, make sure they're on a leash while picking up and disposing of any messes they might leave behind.