Located adjacent to Bass Lake in a grove of oak, pine and cedar, Spring Cove Campground is well suited for tents or small RVs. Tree provide good shade and each campsite has a picnic table and campfire ring. Drinking water and accessible flush toilets are provided. The facility's short parking spurs are paved and dirt-surfaced. Due to tight turns and configurations, this camp is not suitable for large travel trailers or RVs. Campfire wood is available for purchase from campground host. California Land Management sponsors a variety of interpretive programs throughout the summer at several locations in the Bass Lake area. A schedule of programs is posted at the Bass Lake CLM Office and at campgrounds.
Spring Cove Campground is located in the Bass Lake Ranger District at an elevation of 3,400 feet. Bass Lake is a very popular area that's known for its variety of fish, as well as the bald and golden eagles that make their home here. The lake offers many recreational activities and is a popular summer destination.
The 2.6-mile Spring Cove Trail can be accessed within the camp. Other hiking trails in the area include Willow Creek (2.7 miles), Goat Mountain (2.6 miles) and the Way-of-the-Mono Interpretive Trail (1 mile).
A variety of educational programs are offered on weekends during the summer.
A continuing goal of the Forest is to provide as many accessible opportunities to persons with disabilities so that all will be able to share in the common day-to-day experiences that non-disabled take for granted.