Loon Lake Campgrounds are found at 6,400 feet in elevation near El Dorado, California. This area is open from mid-June to mid-December for camping due to the weather in the area. Campers love that there are numerous campsites around the lake that allow for different experiences. RV camping is permitted in parts of the campground, while tent camping is permitted in other areas. Single sites are limited to one vehicle and a maximum of six people. Additional vehicles will be permitted if space allows. These additional vehicles will require a fee. At Loon Lake Campground, there are 53 different campsites. In the campground, there are vault toilets, piped water, a dump station, picnic tables, grills, fire rings, and bear boxes for guests to use. All firewood should be purchased on-site.
Visitors enjoy spending time on the lake. Many guests take boats out for water sports and fishing. Kayaks, canoes, and motor boats are all common on the lake.
There are numerous other camping areas surrounding Loon Lake. If there isn't space in one area, the others are just a few miles away.
With two walking trails around Loon Lake, visitors can explore nature with ease. These trails are a great place for guests to bird watch and find a number of great animals that call the area home. Whether you like to fish or explore, there are all kinds of activities for outdoors-people to enjoy.
Dogs are welcome in the campgrounds, but owners need to keep an eye on them at all times. It is unknown if dogs are required to be on a leash. Keep your dog safe and under control at all times to prevent being asked to leave due to your dog's behavior. Pet owners are asked to clean up after their dogs. Dogs should never be left alone in the camping area or around the lake. Watch for signs around the lake that prohibit dogs.