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Pinecrest Campground

Pinecrest Campground

The Pinecrest Campground is positioned across the street from Pinecrest Lake by foot and a short drive down the street by car. The campground is also across the street from the pinecrest shopping center, which includes the general store, a shower stall for campers looking to freshen themselves up, the steam donkey restaurant, the serene bean coffee kiosk and a bike rental. Comfortable living as far as camping goes. The Pinecrest Campground is part of the Stanislaus National Forest but is operated by Dodge Ridge through a permit.

The campground is made up of 4 basic loops, A, B, C, and D. A, being the loop furthest from the lake and D being the loop closest to Pinecrest Lake and the amphitheater.

Reservations are usually required to get a spot, but you can ask if there are empty spots. Reservations can be made up to 6 months in advance. To make reservations go to recreation.gov.

Price: $26 per day

Discounts:

  • Half price for people 62 years and older who have a golden access pass
  • Half prices for people with disabilities

Ammenities

  • Flush Toilets
  • Potable Water
  • Fire pit and grill
  • NO RV Hookups
  • NO RV Water Filling Station

Restrictions

  • 2 vehicle limit (fee for 2nd vehicle)
  • Maximum 6 people per site, including children
  • Closed during the winter check recreation.gov for specifics
  • Quiet time starts at 10 pm