Miti Boat-in Campground is found on the east side of Lake Mendocino. The campground and the lake are operated by the Army Corps of Engineers. The campsites are first-come, first-served and may only be approached by boat. There is no potable water at the campground. Also, campers must haul out their trash. There are vault toilets.
Miti Boat-in Campground has 16 campsites along the shore of the lake. Information about registering at the campground is on the campground map (see the link below).
Pomo Cultural Center, Amphitheater with campfire programs, 7-mile Kaweyo Trail, Mesa Day-use Area with volleyball courts, playground, picnic site, boat ramp, boating, waterskiing, fishing, hiking
Campgrounds without Potable Water
The lack of drinking water at a campground can be an inconvenience, especially for those without an RV or travel trailer. The obvious solution is to bring along a 5 or 7 gallon water canister to use for drinking water, dish washing, and even teeth brushing.
Another solution to consider is to use a quality water filter to filter water from a nearby stream or lake, a process backpackers use all the time. While hand pump filters work well, they can become tiresome. A gravity flow filter is really the best solution for campground use. Simply fill the reservoir with water, hang it from a tree limb, and enjoy clean water filling your water jug at a rate of almost ½ gallon a minute.
General Camping Information for
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 reservation site 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 from the local area of the campground.
Designated Accessible sites are usually reserved for people with disabilities who have a vehicle displaying an accessible parking placard or license plate. They may be available for first-come, first-served use.