The Summit Lake Stock Corral offers a single group site for up to eight animals and ten people. Bring your steed and explore the Lassen Volcanic National Park from horseback. There are two metal enclosures with water and troughs for your horses here. This liquid isn't potable for humans, but you can get some drinking water from the neighboring campground. On-site amenities include pit toilets, fire rings, picnic tables, and hitching posts. There is a $25 entrance fee per vehicle, and the camping rate is $37 per night.
You must bring horses or other stock animals to use this campground and obtain a backcountry permit. The facility is across the road from Summit Lake North Campground and under the pines. This complex is near the center of the park and offers convenient access to several activities and attractions. Lassen National Park features hundreds of active volcanoes and hydrothermal areas.
Check out Cluster Lakes Loop Trail for a 10.8-mile hike through the forest complete with steep inclines and descents. Pass by alpine lakes and catch views of Lassen Peak and Crescent Crater. In late summer, you'll be able to enjoy the wildflower-speckled meadows as you walk. A furrific place to ride your horse is the Lassen Peak Trail. Climb the highest mountain in the park on your mount to take in panoramic views of the jagged pinnacles and domes around you.
If you bring your furry pal with you, they'll have to stay in the campground and on-leash. When you're out on the trail, your pup can remain behind in the vehicle as long as the temperatures permit. Do not leave your dog tied up and unattended outside.
From Summit Lake Stock Corral, you'll be able to enjoy a range of outdoor activities. Hike or go for a trail ride in the wilderness. Head over to the water and fish for trout, chub, and suckers. You can bring a canoe or other boat as long as it's not motorized. Use the food lockers to store anything that might attract bears.