Hat Creek Campground
Hat Creek Campground is located in the Lassen National Forest north of Lassen Volcanic National Park.
The campground will not win ribbons for aesthetics, but it is a popular destination for anglers who know the nearby streams are rich with trout. It also serves as a convenient overnight stopping place for travelers. Look for a trail marker indicating that the Nobles Trail, a Gold Rush era emigrant wagon route, passed through the campground along the bank of Hat Creek.
All the campsites at Hat Creek Campground are first-come, first served. There is a Group Campground at the south end of the campground which requires reservations. Supplies are available only a mile away in the town of Old Station.
Hat Creek Group Campground
Hat Creek Group Campground has 3 sites, each of which can accommodate up to 50 people and 10 vehicles. Both tent and RV/trailer (up to 40 feet) camping are available at the group sites. Reservations are required.
Picnic tables, fire rings with grills, drinking water, flush and vault toilets, and utility sinks are provided.
Reservations: Hat Creek Group Camp
Fee: $80 per night
Other Lassen Group Camps