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Little Beaver A

Plumas National Forest

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Little Beaver Campground is located on the south-eastern shore of Little Grass Valley Reservoir, offering 120 campsites with picnic tables, campfire rings and flush toilets. Visitors can take advantage of fishing, swimming and other recreational opportunities, as well as explore old mining sites, towns and cemeteries nearby. Wildlife such as Osprey, bald eagles and other species of birds, deer, bear and fisher can also be witnessed in the area.


Little Beaver Campground is located on the south-eastern shore of Little Grass Valley Reservoir, approximately four miles from the town of La Porte, CA. This campground is the largest campground at the reservoir and is adjacent to a swimming beach, boat launch ramp, amphitheater, and Lakeshore Trail.


Little Grass Valley Recreation Area offers opportunities for many recreation experiences. Three boat launch ramps provide access to the water for fishing, water-skiing, sailing, or simply touring on boats. There is a wheel chair accessible fishing ramp at the dam. Two beaches provide excellent swimming and picnicking opportunities - one of which is located adjacent to the Little Beaver Campground. The Lakeshore Trail (13.5 miles) winds around the entire lake and is open for hiking, horseback riding and mountain biking. Additional hiking trails abound in the area and include the nearby Pacific Crest Trail. Visitors may also enjoy watching wildlife, campfire programs, or exploring nearby historic gold mining towns.


The facility offers 120 campsites, flush toilets, and drinking water. Each campsite has a picnic table and campfire ring. For RVs, a dump station and drinking water are available within one mile. For visitors wanting to experience the lake first-hand, a boat launch and beach day-use area are adjacent to the facility.

Natural Features

Located along a beautiful lakeshore and forested setting near a year-round creek, the area offers scenic views of the lake and Bald Mountain. Surrounding the facility, visitors may observe such wildlife as Osprey, bald eagles and other species of birds along with deer, bear, fisher and other mammals. Interesting geologic formations are also nearby.

Nearby Attractions

History buffs will enjoy the area's old mining sites, towns and cemeteries -- all within 10 miles for exploration and discovery. The town of La Porte is within four miles and has restaurants, groceries and gasoline.

Charges & Cancellations

Premium Lakeside sites are $25/site per night.
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