East Davis is located on the east side of Odell Creek where it enters Davis Lake, and has been a popular fly fishing lake. It is also known for its wildlife, wildflowers, bird watching opportunities, sightseeing, and access to a nearby lava flow.
Most of this campground is covered with pine trees although there is a burned area nearby from a wildfire several years ago. This is a campground with easy access to a lake with several large sites.
**There is currently a drinking water warning at East Davis Lake Campground. Read about it here. If you need alternate water sources while camping at this campground, check out this map.
At a Glance
Per night, per site fee: $12/first vehicle; $6/each additional vehicle.
Maximum site spur length is 50 feet. Davis Lake is a fly-fishing only lake with speed restrictions.
A few years ago this was a very popular campground, but a large forest fire, possibly caused by a careless camper started near here and spread throughout the forest. Most of the campground is green and slowly starting to grow back, but the area close by is burned. The sites are large, but not secluded.