Tuesday, March 31, 2009
Campsites open for season at California's Black Butte Lake
The fee for a standard campsite at either campground is $15 per night.
There are two campgrounds at Black Butte Lake: Buckhorn and Orland Buttes. Both provide drinking water, picnic tables, fire pits, launch ramps, trailer dump stations, pay telephones, and restroom facilities with showers. Many campsites can easily accommodate recreational vehicles up to 35 feet in length. No electrical hookups are available. The Buckhorn Campground is open all year and contains 65 developed campsites. Orland Buttes Campground is open April through September and has 35 campsites.
Reservations for both campgrounds can be made by caling toll free 1-877-444-6777. Or visit Reserve USA for on-line reservations for Buckhorn Campground or Orland Buttes Campground. Individual campsites can be reserved up to 240 days in advance.
Group camping is available at both the Buckhorn and Orland Buttes areas. Advance reservations through ReserveUSA are required. Reservations for the group use areas may be made up to 360 days in advance.
For additional information, call 865-4781, stop by the Black Butte Lake office, or go to www.spk.usace.army.mil/blackbutte.html.
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