Domingo Springs Campground
Domingo Springs Campground is in the Lassen National Forest, 8½ miles north of Chester and Lake Almanor. The North Fork Feather River is less than a mile from the campground. The area is popular for trout fishing and hiking. Domingo Springs gurgle from a nearby lava outcropping at the head of a scenic meadow often alive with birds. Water from the spring is available at spigots in the campground.
The 18 campsites at Domingo Springs Campground are first-come, first served. the sites are divided between two loops and can accommodate small RVs, trailers, and tents. The larger loop is well shaded by mature Douglas firs, while the smaller loop is more in the open.
The Pacific Crest Trail passes only 0.3 mile from the campground. Thru hikers on the PCT sometimes stop for the night at Domingo Spring Campground. (Use the PCT button to find information about the Pacific Crest Trail at Domingo Springs Campground.)
Pacific Crest Trail Information
Domingo Springs Campground is 0.3 mile east of the PCT.
Trail Miles Northbound from PCT near Domingo Springs Campground
- Boundary to Lassen Volcanic National Park - 4.9 miles
- Warner Valley Campground - 8.9 miles
- Swan Lake - 15.6 miles
- Twin Lakes - 16.2 miles + 0.5 mile from trail
- Canada Border - 1,311.1 miles
Trail Miles Southbound from PCT near Domingo Springs Campground
- Highway 36 - 10.1 miles
- Soldier Creek - 13.4 miles
- PCT midpoint post - 18.2 miles
- Mexican Border - 1,338.9 miles
Chester - 8½ miles south
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