TeleLi puLaya (Black Oak) Campground

Area Status: Closed
This area is Closed
 
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TeleLi puLaya Campground is a new campground, which opened in 2014 and provides spectacular views of the Stanislaus River Canyon. Turn left at the Beardsley Dam sign on Highway 108, 5 miles east of the Summit Ranger Station on Highway 108. There are a total of 22 sites, two are group sites. The main road and parking pads are paved. Restrooms are vault toilets. Each site has a table and metal fire ring. Potable water is available; each hydrant serves several sites. A fee is charged for extra vehicle parking. There is no hiking trails to the reservoir.

At a Glance

Current Conditions: Summit Ranger District (HWY 108) Campground is CLOSED for the season.
Operational Hours: TeleLi puLaya (Black Oak) Campground is open May through September, weather permitting.
Reservations: First come, first served. No reservations may be made for TeleLi puLaya (Black Oak) Campground.
Fees The Forest Service operates TeleLi puLaya Campground.  Due to no potable water available, the following half price fees apply:
  • $10.00 for a single-family site
  • $25.00 for group site
The Interagency Senior and Interagency Access Passes are honored and provide a 50 percent discount on camping fees in the campground.  Pass number must be written on fee envelope or Pass must be shown to Host. The Interagency Annual and Volunteer passes do not provide any discounts on camping. Passes are not accepted for group or double sites
Permit Info: If you wish to use a stove, grill, or have a campfire it is recommended, but not required, that you get a campfire permit.  This FREE Permit can be obtained at preventwildfiresca.org or at any ranger station. Do not burn plastic or metal. Please leave the area in as good (or better) condition than you found it.
Open Season: - October 10
Usage: Medium-Heavy
Restrictions: Camp in designated sites only. The number of people allowed in a single campsite is six. The maximum length of stay in any campground is 14 days. Please leave the area in as good (or better) condition than you found it. Often, locations destroyed by thoughtless campers must be closed to restore the area's natural health. Help ensure your favorite area remains open.
Closest Towns: Communities with gas and/or groceries:
  • Highway 108:
    • Sonora
    • Twain Harte
    • Cold Springs (last gas when traveling east)
    • Pinecrest
    • Strawberry
Water: Water is available
Restroom: Vault toilets, no RV dump station.
Passes: The Interagency Senior and Interagency Access Passes are honored and provide a 50 percent discount on camping fees in the campground.  Pass number must be written on fee envelope or Pass must be shown to Host. The Interagency Annual and Volunteer passes do not provide any discounts on camping. Passes are not accepted for group or double sites
Operated By: Forest Service
Information Center: The Stanislaus National Forest and the Tri-Dam Project (A joint Venture of the Oakdale and South San Joaquin Irrigation District) have partnered to improve existing recreational facilities and opportunities, and built a new campground in the vicinity of Beardsley Reservoir area.  The new campground opened May 2014; come and enoy the spectacular views of the river canyon!

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