Located near Courtright Reservoir, Trapper Springs Campground offers 70 campsites. Sites are relatively flat and good for large RV's, but they do not have lake views. Each site has a table and grill. This is a PG&E managed facility. Wee-Mee-Kute Fishing access is near; drive north one mile.
At a Glance
No reservations. First-come, first-serve
Tent camping,Camping trailer,Fee charged for some activities,Picnic tables,Toilets,Drinking water
$24.00 per night, additional vehicles $3 per night Pets $1.00 per night.
May - October
Maximum stay = 14 days
Maximum vehicle length = 35 foot
Maximum group size = 6 per site
Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E)
High Sierra Ranger District
29688 Auberry Rd
P.O. Box 559
Prather, CA 93651
(559) 855-5355 Hearing Impaired
California Relay Service 711
For more information click here.
Restrooms and seven campsites
Take Hwy 168 east from Clovis towards Prather. Continue through Prather towards Shaver Lake. Just before you reach Shaver Lake turn right on the Dinkey Creek Road. Travel 11.7 miles east to the intersection of the Dinkey Creek Road and the McKinley Grove Road. Turn right and travel 13.6 miles north on the McKinley Grove Road to the Courtright Reservoir turnoff. Turn left and travel north 7.5 miles to Courtright Lake. Continue another 1.5 miles around the west side of the lake to Trapper Springs Campground.
Nearest Services are at Wishon Village, located near Wishon Reservoir approximately 10 miles from Courtright Reservoir. Wishon Village offers a store, RV park and boat rentals.
This is Bear Counrty. Please store food properly and don't feed the bears. Bring mosquito repellent.
Firewood available for purchase at the campground host site.
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.