Bring your kayak or canoe and your tent to Stony Gorge Reservoir for a vacation with your pals. The Pines Group Site offers primitive camping in the foothills just east of Mendocino National Forest. This location has picnic tables, a fire ring with benches, grills, and vault toilets. There's no potable water here. Bring a treatment kit or enough supplies for your needs. To use this facility, you'll have to make reservations. Check for any fire restrictions before your visit.
You'll be able to relax by the water, enjoy a little fishing, or go for a hike when you stay here. The campground is on the northern tip of the Stony Gorge Reservoir. There's no boat ramp in this facility. You may have to head to the day use area to get on the water. The lake has 18 miles of shoreline and offers swimming, boating, and fishing opportunities. Stroll up to the dam site or take advantage of one of the hiking trails in the area. Enjoy the scenic views of the water and the hills beyond. Come together around the picnic tables to enjoy a meal, or gather by the fire ring in the evening to share tales of your adventures.
Spot can camp with you at this facility, but your furry pal needs to stay on a leash when you're outside. Don't leave pets unattended. Bring poop scoop bags with you and immediately pick up any messes.
The Pines Group Site at Stony Gorge Reservoir is a pawtastic place to come with your family or a bunch of friends. Spend time fishing for warm-water species like bass and catfish. Take a hike through the foothills of the Coastal Mountain Range and enjoy the natural beauty of the area. If you visit this site in the spring or summer, look for wildflowers like shooting stars, lupine, and California poppies.