Grasshopper Flat

Plumas National Forest

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Grasshopper Flat Campground overlooks Lake Davis, providing sweeping views and plenty of shade, and guests can enjoy a variety of activities such as fishing, boating, swimming, mountain biking, hunting and snowmobiling. Facilities include single-family campsites, a group site, a campground host, drinking water, showers, toilets, and more. Surrounded by pine trees and tall mountain peaks, the lake offers 32 miles of shoreline and is home to a variety of wildlife.


Grasshopper Flat Campground (7,777 feet) is one of three family campgrounds located in the Lake Davis Recreation Area. Campground loops around in the hills overlooking the lake providing most campsites with sweeping views of the lake's crystal blue water. Pine forest gives most campsites plenty of afternoon shade. A boat ramp and RV dump station are nearby. A trailhead for 7 mile long Lake Davis Trail is less than half a mile away.


In addition to camping, the area offers a wide variety of popular water-related activities, including fishing, boating and swimming. Numerous fishing access points are located around the perimeter of the lake. Free trout fishing days are hosted by state agencies in June and September.

Mountain biking, hunting and wildlife viewing are also available in the area. During winter months visitors enjoy ice fishing, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing.


There are multiple single-family tent and RV campsites, as well as one large group site. All campsites are equipped with picnic table, campfire rings and grill. Each site can accommodate up to two vehicles on a paved pad. The campground has paved roads. In peak season there is a campground host, drinking water, coin operated showers, flush toilets and trash service.

Natural Features

The 4,000-acre Lake Davis was created in 1967 for recreational opportunities, as well as to rejuvenate fish populations in nearby rivers and supply water to the town of Portola. The lake offers 32 miles of shoreline and is surrounded by tall pine trees. A variety of wildlife make its home near the campground. Tall mountain peaks offer backdrop to lake views.


For facility specific information, please call (530) 927-7878.

Nearby Attractions

The closest town is Portola, California, which is home to one of the largest railroad museums in the western United States. A state game refuge borders the lake to the east and the south.
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