Haven Lake Campground


Haven Lake Campground has four rustic campsites. Camping fee is $5 per night.  Early in the season this campground usually holds quite a bit of water from snow melt and the road is rough. Some of the features of this area include breathtaking scenery and over 20 scenic lakes to hike, bike or horse ride to.


At a Glance

Current Conditions: Access to the campground is limited due to closure of Gold Lake Highway due to snow.
Reservations: Reservations are not available
Area Amenities: Tent camping,Camping trailer,Toilets,Parking
Fees $5 per campsite   Fees from mid-May through September
Open Season: June
Best Season: Summer
Busiest Season: Summer
  • 14 day camping limit
  • 6 people per campsite
  • 2 vehicles per campsite
Closest Towns: Graeagle, Blairsden and Bassetts, California
Water: No water
Restroom: Portable toilet June through September
Passes: Senior and Access passes honored. These passes are available at the Beckwourth Ranger Station in Blairsden, CA. from 08:00 to 16:00. Call 530) 836-2575 for information. For more information about these passes visit; Senior Pass - http://www.fs.fed.us/passespermits/senior.shtml Access Pass - http://www.fs.fed.us/passespermits/access.shtml
Operated By: Forest Service
Information Center: For information about this location please call the Beckwourth Ranger District Office in Blairsden, CA at (530) 836-2575

General Information


Take Highway 89 southeast from Graeagle, California for two miles. Proceed south on Gold Lake Highway for 12 miles to Haven Lake. 


Parking is available at each campsite.

Recreation Map

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Camping & Cabins

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Campground Camping

There are four campsites with firerings and tables.  Garbage service is provided.  There is no water.

Fees: $5/night


Toilets Vault Toilet
Parking Parking available for each campsite
Tent camping Tent sites available
Camping trailer Small trailers can fit here
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