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We have been going here for several years, but the changes that are happening are just not right. Camping is suppose to be fun. A chance to get away and enjoy the company of friends and family.
At 10 p.m. at night it is still...More
Thank Linda S
Response from Hollie P, Public Relations Manager at Lake Camanche RecreationResponded 2 weeks ago
Dear Linda S., thank you for taking the time to review your experience at Lake Camanche though we are disappointed to hear you won't be returning in the future. We do offer specific 'dry' campgrounds where no alcohol is allowed. They are geared to be...More
I have been going to the North Shore of Lake Camanche for over 20 years and every summer gets more and more entertaining. We enjoying hanging out with family friends in the great weather. The cabins are ok,but we usually bring our own tents or...More
The Cottonwood Campground, one of many, was very clean, green and quiet. We ran the point-to-point half marathon in the annual Mokelumne Trail Festival, which was staged in a grassy area across from the amphitheater. Gorgeous singletrack course! We bought our firewood from the store,...More
Called to get some information about boat launch and day use picnic area. Greg was AWESOME. answered all my questions in it's entirety. Also thanks for Josie for helping out! Thanks guys!! Will definitely be coming to meet Greg and thank him personally
RV camping with full hookups is over $50 a night. If you want to fish, there is a fishing permit fee of $5.50 per day (in addition to the CA fishing license). Boats, extra cars, extra people, dogs, etc.... all have an extra fee. Ice...More