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Butte Lake Group Campground, located close to Butte Lake in Lassen Volcanic National Park, offers a variety of outdoor activities for visitors such as fishing, canoeing, hiking and backpacking. There are several ponds nearby and the Ponderosa pines provide a pleasant atmosphere. The park is known for its volcanic history, as well as its wide variety of plant and animal species. Visitors can also explore Subway Cave in the nearby Lassen National Forest.


Butte Lake Group Campground (elevation 6,100 feet) is located in the northeastern section of Lassen Volcanic National Park in northern California. It is fairly remote and within walking distance of Butte Lake, which is popular for fishing, canoeing, kayaking and swimming. Several hiking and backpacking trails are located nearby. The facility is 45 minutes from the main park road.


Outdoor enthusiasts stay at Butte Lake Campground for its many recreation opportunities. The lake is popular for trout fishing, as well as non-motorized boating. Within the facility, hikers and backpackers will find the trailhead for the Cinder Cone Trail, one of the most popular trails in the park that ascends a nearby volcanic dome. The Painted Dunes, Snag Lake and Bathtub Lake areas are also nearby.


Butte Lake Group Campground is located at the north end of Loop B, adjacent to the main Butte Lake Campground. This facility is more remote than other campgrounds within the park and campers must travel on a six-mile gravel road to get here. For more information visit Campgrounds of Lassen Volcanic.

A non-motorized boat launch is convenient for kayaks and canoes. Flush toilets and running water are turned on during summer; vault toilets are available outside of the peak season.

Natural Features

The campground has a pleasant atmosphere dominated by Ponderosa pines. It sits on soft volcanic soils, and several ponds dot the landscape. Butte Lake has a large black lava flow running into it that creates rocky shores and interesting areas for visitors in kayaks and canoes to explore.

The national park is known for its volcanic history, as well as its diversity of plants and animals. It contains 300 active volcanic domes and many hydrothermal features, such as mud pots and steam vents. Lassen Peak is the southernmost active volcano in the Cascades, and the second-most recent volcano to erupt in the lower 48 of the United States before Mount Saint Helens in 1980.

Lassen National Park boasts over 700 species of flowering plants and 250 species of vertebrates, including birds, mammals, reptiles and fish. The park is at the junction of the Cascade Mountains, the Sierra Nevada Mountains and the Great Basin, thus providing many unique habitats.

Nearby Attractions

Visitors can explore Subway Cave, an underground tube created by lava flow, in the adjacent Lassen National Forest from late April through November. Free tours are offered every weekend during summer. Subway Cave, Lassen National Forest
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Nearby Campgrounds Distance Notification Rate
Butte Lake
Lassen Volcanic National Park
0.0mi 81%
Butte Lake Group
Lassen Volcanic National Park
0.0mi 86%
Summit Lake Stock Corral
Lassen Volcanic National Park
7.7mi 78%
Juniper Lake Stock Corral
Lassen Volcanic National Park
7.9mi 76%
Juniper Lake Group
Lassen Volcanic National Park
7.9mi 74%
Summit Lake North
Lassen Volcanic National Park
8.0mi 84%
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