Campers at Cave Campground are near Subway Cave as well as only a short drive from Lassen Volcanic National Park.
Cave Campground is in the Lassen National Forest north of Lassen Volcanic National Park. The campground has a prettier setting than Hat Creek Campground, 2 miles to the south. Cave Campground is across the highway from the access road to Subway Cave, a 1/3-mile long lava tube that makes an interesting adventure. Bring a flashlight.
All 46 of the campsites at Cave Campground are first-come, first served. Campsites can accommodate RVs, trailers, and tents.
|Cave Campground Basics|
|Cave Campground Location:||Hwy. 89, 14 miles north of Lassen Volcanic National Park|
|Nearby Cities:||Redding - 62 miles, 1:06|
|Number of Sites:||46|
|Open - Closed:||Site 1-16 are open year-round, others April through mid-October. (no water in winter months)|
|Max. People per Site:||8 (including children)|
|Vehicles per Site:||1 ($5 for each additional vehicle)|
|Pets:||On leash, always attended|
|Hat Creek Ranger District:||(530) 336-5521|
|No Reservations Available:||First come, first served|
|Camping Limit:||14 nights|
|Max. RV/Trailer Length:||30 feet|
|Wheelchair accessible Sites:||None designated|
|Check-in, check-out:||any time, Noon|
|Cave Campground Amenities|
|Campsites:||Picnic table, fire ring, tap water|
|Campground:||restrooms with flush toilets (vault toilets in off-season)|
|Showers and Laundry:||no showers, laundry in nearby Old Station|
|Dump station:||in Old Station|
|Nearby Facilities:||Basic supplies in Old Station, Old Station Visitor Center, more in Burney, 24 miles north|
|Attractions near Cave Campground:||Walk a portion of the famous Pacific Crest Trail and the Splatter Cones Trail. Fish along Hat Creek. Discover the wonders of Subway Cave. Spend days in Lassen Volcanic National Park. Drive to McArthur-Burney Fall State Park.|