Timbered setting on the shore of Spicer Reservoir. Tables, fireplaces, food preparation area, primitive amphitheater, and parking for group use. Close to reservoir, however boat ramp is about a mile away.
At a Glance
Calaveras Ranger District (HWY 4)-Open for Memorial Day Holiday (Please call (209) 296-8895 for information and to make reservations). Some campsites may be closed due to Hazard Trees.
Camping is on a first come - first served basis. Reservations are taken for the Group Camp Only. Reservations for the group camp are taken beginning at 9:00am on Jan. 1 of each year. Contact Sierra Recreation Managers at (209) 296-8895.
$24 for individual site; $140.00 for group site. 6 people/2 vehicles per campsite. $5 for an additional car.
Emergency medical services available at the Arnold Medical Clinic in the Meadowmont Shopping Center in Arnold, or at Mark Twain St. Joseph's Hospital in San Andreas (Highway 49). Gas, groceries, and camping supplies are available in Arnold, Camp Connell, and Bear Valley.
America the Beautiful passes accepted, reduces camping fee to $12.00 per night.
Sierra Recreation Managers
Directions: Nine miles southwest of Highway 4 on Spicer Reservoir Road.
Camping & Cabins
Spicer Reservoir offers low-speed boating (boat launch available), and excellent fishing, hiking, and equestrian opportunities. The northern arm of the lake, adjacent to the Carson-Iceberg Wilderness, is managed for non-motorized recreation (canoe and kayak) opportunities.
Available by reservation only; call 209-296-8895. Reserve in early January for best availability.
Covered group cooking/eating area.
No. of Sites
7 - two sites have a maximum vehicle length of 28 feet.
Timbered setting on the shore of Spicer Reservoir. Tables, fireplaces, food preparation area, primitive amphitheater, and parking for group use. Close to reservoir, however boat ramp is about a mile away. May accommodate up to 50 feet for R.V.'s. For road conditions, contact the Calaveras Ranger District (209) 795-1381.