Oakhurst Area Camping Guide

This is a popular recreational lake located just 8 miles from Oakhurst. The lake offers fishing, boating, camping, swimming, water skiing, kayaking, jet skiing and more. See our Bass Lake page for more information on lake activities.

Bass Lake - USFS Campsites:
(Open from May 07, 2004 to Sep 06, 2004)
 

  • Lupine-Cedar (113 Sites)
  • Forks (31 Sites)
  • Spring Cove (63 Sites)
  • Wishon Point (47 Sites)
  • Recreation point
  • Crane Valley
  • Cedar Bluff

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    Make Camp Site Reservations!
    Call (559) 642-3212

    Featured Web Sites:
    Bass Lake Weather & Webcam
    Department of Fish & Game
    Department of Forestry and Fire Protection
    Sierra National Forest

    To add a link, please email info@oakhurstarea.com


     
    More Camp Sites:
    Sierra Sky Ranch Road Camp Sites:
    Kelty Meadow: Open from May to September
    This campground is located in the Sierra National Forest, a few miles above Bass Lake. No all-terrain or off-highway vehicles allowed in the campground. Traveling North on Highway 41, approx. 3 miles out of Oakhurst, take Rd 632 (aka Sky Ranch Road) 8 miles to the Y of 632 and 6S40. Stay left at the Y and go 3 miles to Kelty Meadow Campground. The Campground is on the left side of the road.
    Soquel: Open from May to September
    This campground is located in the Sierra National Forest, a few miles above Oakhurst. No all-terrain or off-highway vehicles allowed in the campground. From Fresno, CA, take Highway 41 north through town of Oakhurst. Take the Sky Ranch Road (Road 632) east for 7 miles, turn southeast on Forest Road 6S40, and travel 1 mile to the Soquel Campground.
    Beasore Road Camp Sites:
    Chilkoot: Open from May to September
    This campground is located in the Sierra National Forest, a few miles above Bass Lake. No all-terrain or off-highway vehicles allowed in the campground. Directions from Fresno: Take Highway 41 through Oakhurst, California. Turn east on Forest Road 222 (Bass Lake turnoff) and continue on for 7 miles. Turn left onto Beashore Road, follow Beasore Road for 5 miles to the Chilkoot Campground.
    Jackass Meadow: Open from June to October
    At 7200 ft., this campground includes 44 camp sites... there is also fishing and hiking. Camp facilities include toilets, but no potable water. Visitors may choose from the tent sites, but no RV sites for there overnight accommodations. Reservation for all developed family campsites may be made by calling 1-877-444-6777.

    RV Parks:
    To add a site, please email the info to info@oakhurstarea.com
    High Sierra RV Campsite: Open Year-Round
    Nestled amidst the Pine and Oak trees right in the heart of beautiful downtown Oakhurst is the High Sierra RV & Mobile Park. You will see this sign about 200 yards north of the intersection of Hwy 41 & Rd. 426 past the "Talking Bear ". 
    40389 Highway 41, Oakhurst, California 93644
    (559) 683 7662
    Elks Lodge: Open Year-Round
    Oakhurst Elks Lodge is located at Hwy 41 & Road 222, just two miles north of Oakhurst and only 13 miles from the Southern entrance to Yosemite National Park.
    42484 Highway 41, Oakhurst, CA. 93644
    (559) 683-2717
    Bass Lake Recreational Resort: Open Year-Round
    Located near The Pines Resort at Bass Lake, this resort has a clubhouse, swimming pool, exercise room, horseshoes, sports court, shuffleboard, basketball, playground, picnic areas, and volleyball. Take Hwy. 41 north of Fresno through Oakhurst. Three miles past Oakhurst, turn right onto Road 222. Follow Road 222 two miles until road forks. Follow the left fork, Road 274, to the resort (2 and 1/2 miles on the right).
    39744 Road 274, Bass Lake, California 93604
    (559) 6423148 Reservations (559) 6423145