Butte Lake Campground
This campground is fairly remote, and reservations can be made for all sites located in Loop B. Here you’ll have access to potable water, vault toilets, and a metal food locker to protect your food. You’ll also be close to Old Station / Hat Creek, where you can buy other things that you may need or have forgotten. There are up to 101 sites to choose from here, and they allow you to bring vehicles up to 35 feet in length. Be aware though, there are no hookups or dump station. You can also bring your pet along with you, just be sure to check the rules and regulations.
Manzanita Lake Campground
This campground is ideal for families and RV campers, as they allow vehicles here up to 40 feet long. They also have up to 179 campsites to choose from, and you can get reservations for campsites located at Loops A and C. Loops B and D happen to be first-come, first-served. There are no hookups, but flush toilets and potable water are all available here until mid-October. You’ll also find access to a metal food locker for storing your food, a dump station, a camper store, gift shop, and coin-operated showers and laundry facilities nearby. You can also bring your pet, and enjoy ranger-led programs and plenty of outdoor activities to choose from.
Summit Lake Campground
Summit Lake has reservable spots at Loops B, C, and D. However, Loops A and E are first-come, first-served. There are 94 sites to choose from, and that includes both north and south sides of the campground. RV’s and trailers of up to 35 feet in length are allowed in the north parts, but not allowed in the south sections. When you camp with your RV in the north section, you’ll have access to flush toilets. The southern part only have vault toilets. There are no hookups and the nearest dump station and store amenities are located at Manzanita Lake, just 12 miles out.
Volcano Adventure Camp
The Volcano Adventure Camp, also known as VAC, is specifically designed for youth groups such as school/educational groups and scout organizations. In order to get in, you must apply. At this camp, you’ll find cabins filled with cots, a few tent campsites, showers and toilets, picnic pavilions, campfire circles, and even cleaning supplies. You can also be sure to find plenty of ranger-led programs to attend here.