Camping on the water! Ten floating 20' x 24' campsites are available for rent on Lake Oroville. These campsites accommodate up to 15 people and have a camp table, sink, propane barbecue grill (propane provided), a food locker, a lockable closet, an accessible restroom, covered living area and an upper sun deck/sleeping area with room for tents.
Just bring your own drinking water, food, water toys and a boat ride out to the campsite.
Please call the California State Parks Department at 800-444-7275 for reservations.
Operated by the State of California, Lake Oroville's boat-in camping is first come, first served and is allowed only in designated campsites identified by signs at the beach area around the lake. Each camp has six to twenty-six individual campsites. Please obtain directions to your camp at the park entrance station or the launching area.
Craig Saddle is located east of the spillway, behind an island-like land mass and can be reached from the Middle and South Forks of the Feather River.
Foreman Point is located on the northeast side of the main lake body, north of Foreman Island. Other boat-in camps are available at Goat Ranch, near the junction of the West Branch and the North Fork of the Feather River and the Bloomer Primitive Area at Bloomer Point, Bloomer Knoll, Bloomer Cove and Bloomer Group Camp.
The Bloomer Group Camp accommodates groups of up to 75 people and has pit toilets, garbage cans, a table and stove. Please bring your own drinking water. Reservations for Bloomer Group Camp can be made by calling 800-444-7275.
For general camping information, please call the Lake Oroville State Recreation Area at: