Spicer Reservoir Campground
Winter Storm Damage Closures
Notice from Forest Service: "Roads on Stanislaus National Forest suffered extensive damage from winter storms and many will remain closed until at least 2018, including four popular roads." Among the roads with severe damage is the Spicer Reservoir Road which may be closed for the entire 2017 season.
Stanislaus National Forest Storm Damage 2017
Spicer Reservoir Campground is located next to Spicer Meadow Reservoir in the Stanislaus National Forest. The campground is 9 miles off Highway 4 on Spicer Reservoir Road. The beautiful forest and lake setting attracts anglers and kayakers, hikers and nature lovers. The northeast arm of the lake is limited to non-motorized boating.
With a 10 MPH speed limit on the lake, anglers can enjoy great fishing without the disturbance of water skiers or jet skis. Good campground amenities make for enjoyable camp life. Bear Valley Village with stores and restaurants is only 13 miles away.
A half mile from the main campground is a popular Group Campground.
Spicer Reservoir Campground Group Site
Spicer Reservoir Group Camp is located on the west shore, overlooking the lake. Excellent group camp amenities include tables, fire pits, a covered food preparation area, a campfire circle and parking. The campground can accommodate up to 60 people. Maximum RV size is 28 feet.
Reservations are taken beginning January 1 of each year at 9:00 AM: (209) 296-8895
Fee: $140 per night