Pogie Point Campground


Area Status: Open

The campground is situated along an inlet at the northwestern corner of the lake, a short distance back from the water. Lake Pillsbury, the largest lake in the Mendocino National Forest, is popular for fishing, swimming, and boating. Nearby is a boat launch ramp. There are 44 sites, best suited for tent camping, but also able to accommodate small RVs or trailers (up to 16 feet). A picnic area is adjacent to the campground. Campsites are well shaded by oaks and pines. Some sites are set back among the trees away from the water while others have nice views of the lake.

At a Glance

Reservations: First come, first served.
Fees: $16 per camp unit, plus $3 per additional vehicle and $1 per pet per night.
Open Season: 5/21/24
Water: Potable
Restroom: 4 Vault
Operated By: Pacific Gas & Electric (916) 386-5164

General Information

Directions:

6 miles north of Ukiah on US 101, 5 miles east on California Highway 20, 26 miles northwest on County Road 240 (Potter Valley-Lake Pillsbury Road). Also, accessible through Upper Lake traveling 31 miles north on County Road 301 (Forest Road M-1).

Lat - 39° 26' 33.144", Long - 122° 58' 06.1536"


Accessibility:

5 new accessible campsites on concrete pads and four sites on dirt with restrooms, tables, and fire rings.


Recreation Map

Map showing recreational areas. Map Information

Activities

Campground Camping

50 tables, 50 stoves, 4 toilets, gravity water system.

No. of Sites 50

RV Camping

Medium Trailers.

Lake and Pond Fishing

Boating - Motorized

General Info:

Accessibility

Accessible Camp Sites Available.


Accessibility

Accessible Camp Sites Available.


Accessibility

Accessible Camp Sites Available.


Accessibility

Accessible Camp Sites Available.


Fees: Launch Fee - $5.00

Related Information

Recreation Areas

Recreation Activities

Highlights

Location

 
  Latitude : 
39.441444

  Longitude : 
-122.968911

  Elevation : 
1,900 feet