Located on the shores of Lewiston Lake, approximately 4 miles north of Lewiston on County Road 105, and 17 miles from Weaverville. This campground is on the water's edge and is a favorite for fisherman, and for launching kayaks or canoes.
The area offers excellent opportunities for fishing, kayaking, hiking and wildlife viewing. Pine Cove boat ramp is within 4 miles, and Fairview launching area on Trinity Lake is 9 miles north. Motorized boats are limited to ten miles per hour.
Rainbow trout are abundant, and brown and brook trout are common. This is a good lake for a float tube and excellent fly fishing. The area offers wonderful wildlife viewing opportunities.
There are five paved campsites, furnished with a table and fire ring. The Cooper Gulch day use area has five parking spaces for people to fish and/or to hike on the Baker Gulch Trail.
The campsites are tucked into a mixed forest of conifer and deciduous trees, surrounded by abundant wildflowers. Every site offers a view of Lewiston Lake.
Lewiston Lake is about 5 miles long, about 70 feet deep, and sits at an elevation of 1,902 feet in elevation. It is a favorite among anglers and paddlers.
The campground is located 3 miles from the historic town of Lewiston, California.