Visitors to Whiskeytown Lake who park their RVs at Brandy Creek RV Campground have the convenience of a nearby boat launch ramp and beach.
Brandy Creek RV Campground is located on the south shore of Whiskeytown Lake in the Whiskeytown National Recreation Area. The campground is for self-contained RVs or trailers only. This includes cab-over campers and pop-up tent trailers as long as they have a toilet. No tents are allowed.
Visitors to Brandy Creek RV Campground enjoy hiking to nearby waterfalls and through old-growth forests. Beaches are found at Oak Bottom, Brandy Creek and East Beach. The lake is popular for fishing, boating, waterskiing, sailing, kayaking, and canoeing.
Brandy Creek RV Campground has 32 spaces on an asphalt surface with little shade. The sites do not have tables, hook-ups, or fire pits. Campers may bring their own self-contained fire pits. There is water available nearby. Also nearby are restrooms and cold showers (summer only).
|Brandy Creek RV Campground Basics|
|Brandy Creek RV Campground Location:||Near Brandy Creek Maria off Kennedy Memorial Dr., off Hwy. 299 at Whiskeytown Lake, 14 miles west of I-5 in Redding|
|Nearby Cities:||13 miles from Redding|
|Number of Sites:||32|
|Open - Closed:||Open year-round|
|Max. People per Site:||10 (including children), max. 2 tents|
|Vehicles per Site:||As space permits|
|Pets:||On leash, always attended|
|Park Service Fee Program Office:||(530) 242-3412|
|No Reservations||First come, first served|
|Camping Limit:||14 days from May 15 to September 15 and 30 days total for the calendar year.|
|Max. RV/Trailer Length:||32 feet|
|Wheelchair accessible Sites:||Most sites are accessible|
|RV Camping Fees:||$15 per night
does not include daily entrance fee
|Check-in, check-out:||any time, Noon|
|Brandy Creek RV Campground Amenities|
|Campsites:||No tables, fire pits, or hook-ups|
|Campground:||Restrooms with flush toilets, piped water|
|Showers:||Outdoor, summer only|
|Attractions near Brandy Creek RV Campground:||Enjoy Brandy Creek Beach. Lifeguards are on duty during peak times. Take advantage of the marina and boat launch ramp. Set out on the Monarch Mountain Trail or the Brandy Creek Trail. Visit scenic Brandy Creek Falls. Enjoy interpretive programs in the summer at the amphitheater.|