Kangaroo Lake Campground

Klamath National Forest


Mount Shasta


Mount Shasta Area
Attractions and Activities

Visitors to the greater Mount Shasta area find an abundance of scenic attractions and interesting destinations.


Kangaroo Lake Campground

Kangaroo Lake Campground is about 14 miles (as the crow flies) west of Weed and Interstate 5 in the Klamath National Forest. Twenty-five-acre Kangaroo Lake is a popular spot for boating and fishing. Motorized boats are not allowed on the lake. Many facilities at the campground and lake are accessible for those in wheelchairs.

Kangaroo Lake Campground is set back among the trees, about a 5 minute walk from the water's edge. A paved wheelchair-accessible path to the lake makes for easy access. The campground has 13 campsites for RVs, trailers, and tents and another 5 walk-in campsites.

Campground Basics
Location: Rail Creek Rd. There is a sign for Kangaroo Lake off Gazelle-Callahan Road 24 miles from I-5 north of Weed
Elevation: 6,000 feet
Mileage from gateway city: Redding - 103 miles
Number of Sites: 18
Open - Closed: June through October
Max. People per Site: 6 (including children)
Vehicles per Site: 2
Pets: on leash, always attended
Klamath National Forest: (530) 842-6131

Reservations
No Reservations First come, first served
Maximum RV/trailer Length: 30 feet
Wheelchair Accessible Sites: Two sites, restrooms, paths, fishing access
Fees: $15 per night
Check-in, check-out: any time, check-out Noon

Kangaroo Lake Campground Amenities
Campsites: Picnic table, fire ring with grill; no hook-ups
Campground: Vault toilets, tap water, amphitheater
Showers: No
Dump station: No
Nearby attractions: Accessible fishing pier, non-motorized boating, fishing, hiking, Pacific Crest Trail, Lily Pad Lake

General Camping Information

Opening and closing dates of campgrounds are only estimates, usually dependent on snow conditions. Not all campsites can accommodate trailers or RVs of all lengths. Check carefully on the website when you make your reservation to be sure your vehicle will fit your campsite.

In order to prevent the spread of invasive insects, obtain firewood locally.

Accessible Sites

Designated Accessible sites are usually reserved for people with disabilities who have a vehicle displaying an accessible parking placard or license plate


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