MSG Camping at Lake Oroville for 25 people. LINK MAP
When: Saturday, June11, 2011 to Sunday, June 12, 2011
- Leaving Saturday morning: 7:45AM
- Back in San Jose Sunday: 5PM
Time: Check-in/out Noon
Cost: $20 per person for campsite only(no refund)
Lake Oroville SRA
917 Kelly Ridge Road
Our camping trip on June 11 to June 12, 2011.
We will meet Saturday June 11, 2011 at 7:30AM at:
Starbucks in Milpitas
1197 East Calaveras Blvd
Milpitas, Ca 95035
My Cell (408)[masked]
We have 10 overnight parking spots for people who want to carpool.
This is the address of the camping:
Lake Oroville SRA
917 Kelly Ridge Road
Latitude:39 degrees 31' 41.61" N ||| Longitude:121 degrees 26' 43.88" W
Our Campsite and confirmation number:
GROUP TENT ONLY
LAKE OROVILLE SRA, CA
GGRA, Loafer Creek Sites 2-42, and Group Camps
25 People, 8 cars and up to 25 tents allowed per site
Fire places at each site
Picnic tables at each site
Camp store and Firewood available at site
Camp activities: Lake/water sports
"Quiet time" hours
Lake Oroville Visitor Center
Kelly Ridge Road Oroville, CA 95966
WHAT WE PROVIDE FOR THIS TRIP:
- 4 bags of charcoal
- 5 cases of drinking water
- 3 cases of water for cooking.
- Lighter, fluid
- Bowls, Plates, Spoons, Forks, Knifes, Napkins
- Spatula, Chopstick, Dish Soap.
- We will list more stuff when we can think of it......
WHAT YOU NEED TO BRING FOR THIS TRIP:
- Foods (chicken, beef, steak, Veggies, ice) enough for you and to share with other people.
- All your personal items.(3-4 extra pair of clothing, toothbrush, soap, shampoo etc....)
- All your camping gears(tent, blanket, pillow, tarp, a bundle of firewood etc..)
- Cash (they do have a store in the campsite, ice cream store, game room, pool table etc...)
- ......and anything you can think of for yourself and remember to share.
This man-made lake was formed by the tallest earth-filled dam in the country
(770 feet above the stream bed of the Feather River).
Encompassing approximately 28,450 acres near the City of Oroville, the park offers family and group camping, boating, an extensive system of horse, bicycle, and hiking trails, and a state-of-the-art horse camp.
The park features "floating campsites," moored in a cove. The area includes the Feather River Fish Hatchery, built by the Department of Water Resources, to replace lost spawning areas for salmon and steelhead.
Displays on the State Water Project and the area's natural and cultural history are featured at the Visitor's Center.
Carpool to Lake Oroville
Services & Amenities: Within Facility
- Senior/ Water Ski Center
- Boat Launch Ramp
- Comfort Station
- Disabled Access Site
- Dump Station
- Fire Rings
- Group Camping
- Hiking Trails
- Horseback Riding
- Information Center
- Iron Ranger
- Nature Trails
- Picnic Area
- Store - Convenience
- Visitors Center
- If you don't have a tent
- you can stay in this tower
- just click the antenna for reservations.
Discount Pass must be presented at the time of check in. Fees include entry for 1 vehicle and 1 legally towed vehicle or trailer, additional vehicles will be charged per night at the park. Floating campsites are closed each year between Nov 1st and March 31st. These dates are subject to change depending on lake conditions. All other campgrounds at Lake Oroville are available by reservation between April 1st and Sept 30th of each year. They're available the rest of the year through a first come first serve basis. To book a Group site you must have at least NINE occupants Between Memorial day weekend through Labor Day weekend floating campsite checking is at the Spillway entrance station For checking locations any other time please contact the lake Oroville visitors center at (530) 538-2219. Exact locations of the floating campsites depend on lake elevation. Detailed information on the locations will be provided at checking. Pets are prohibited on the floating campsites.
LOAFER CREEK: 68 miles north of Sacramento on Highway 70 to Highway 162. 9.5 miles east on Highway 162 to Loafer Creek, left into the park.
SPILLWAY: 68 miles north of Sacramento on Highway 70 to Highway 162; 6.5 miles east on Highway 162 to Canyon Dr, left on Canyon Dr to Oroville Dam, and cross the dam.
Please be aware that we expect you to take responsibility for your safety while we are out on the trails. This means being prepared with adequate hiking gear and making sure the difficulty level of the event IS NOT beyond the limits of your health & conditioning. We understand that your "Yes" RSVP to this event means you accept this.
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