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Lake Oroville State Recreation Area lies in Butte County in Northern California. Located about seven miles from Oroville and approximately 25 miles north of Marysville, Lake Oroville State Recreation Area covers 29,447 acres. This state park was designated in 1967, and Lake Oroville is the primary attraction. Spanning 15, 500 acres, this is considered one of the largest lakes in California and offers 167 miles of shorelines and a maximum depth of 695 feet.

For the great outdoor lovers, Lake Oroville State Recreation Area offers a wide array of recreation. The most popular activities include hiking, horseback riding, wildlife watching, hunting, and picnicking. With the park surrounding a lake, nature lovers can easily engage in water sports such as water-skiing, swimming, boating, and fishing. Should you be interested in the history of Lake Oroville State Recreation Area and nearby Oroville Dam, be sure to spend some few hours in the Lake Oroville Visitor Center. When you book an RV in Butte County, you will have a lot of fun exploring the park and nearby areas!

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Getting Outdoors

As you are planning your motorhome vacation to Lake Oroville State Recreation Area, remember to pack your fishing supplies in your camper. Lake Oroville and Feather River provide prime bass fishing spots. The lake is a habitat for largemouth bass, black bass, and smallmouth bass. Other species found here include catfish, crappie, salmon and trout. Anglers are required to have a valid California fishing license.

Lake Oroville State Recreation Area has several trails. Almost all the trails give epic views of the lake. Some of the most popular trails include Feather Falls Trail and Dan Beebe Trail. If you have a desire to explore the park on a horseback, consider checking out Loafer Creek Equestrian Loop.

Lake Oroville offers plenty of space for boaters. Boat rentals and boating supplies are available at the two marinas. Five boat ramps are available. Besides recreation, boating is the only means of transport for visitors interested in camping in Lake Oroville floating campsites.

For the animal lovers, Lake Oroville State Recreation Area plays host to plenty of wildlife and birds. Some of the animals you will find in the park include raccoons, deer, coyotes, squirrels, woodpeckers, wild turkeys, and hares.

Camping at Lake Oroville State Recreation Area

While Lake Oroville State Recreation Area is best known for its boat-in camping and floating campsites, there are also plenty of spots for campers with motorhome rentals available. There are three RV-friendly campgrounds available.

Bidwell Canyon Campground offers 75 sites, and full hookups are available. Most sites can accommodate motorhome rentals of up to 40 feet. Amenities offered include showers, drinking water, a dumping station, and toilets. Lime Saddle Campground is another popular campground in Lake Oroville State Recreation Area. It has 44 sites, and campground amenities include full hookups, restrooms, and toilets.

With 137 sites, Loafer Creek Coyote Campground is the largest campground at Lake Oroville State Recreation Area. Perched on the southeast shores of Lake Oroville, this campground has an equestrian camping section with 15 sites. Amenities offered here include coin-operated showers, a dumping station, and restrooms.

Exploring the Area

When you book an RV rental in Oroville, you are bound to find many nice attractions such as museums, fun parks, and golf cases. For those interested in learning about fish, Feather River Fish Hatchery is a few steps away and is a great place to spend an afternoon. There is an underwater viewing window where guests can see the salmons and steelhead. If you would love to witness salmon spanning, consider visiting in mid-September. For event lovers, Oroville Salmon Festival is one of the most popular celebrations in the area. Each year over the past 25 years, this event is held in the fish hatchery to celebrate hundreds of salmons returning to Feather River from the Pacific Ocean. Visitors can enjoy freshly cooked salmon and live entertainment.

When you’re traveling with children during your RV adventure, be sure to visit 49er Fun. Located in Grass Valley about an hour’s drive away, this family-oriented amusement park has plenty of activities. Activities offered include arcade games, batting cages, and go-karts.

Should you be a history buff, don’t miss Oroville Chinese Temple. This is an interesting place to learn about Chinese culture and the contributions of Chinese to the Oroville growth and developments. There are many pictures and Chinese costumes on display. Nearby, Bolt’s Antique Tool Museum is dedicated to displaying hand tools. There are thousands of tools, some dating back to the 18th century, as well as tools drawn from various industries. Some of the neat things you will find at Oroville Chinese Temple include blacksmith tools, plumbing tools, toasters, knife sharpeners, amputation tools, and old gas pumps.

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Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


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