Unincorporated Outdoor Adventurer Hiking Fishing Camping

Discover Lake Concow

Hid­den in the Sier­ra Neva­da foothills, Lake Con­cow is a beau­ti­ful place to vis­it, shore fish, or camp. The reser­voir is sur­round­ed by tall, mature cedars, pines, oaks, and more, which pro­vide shady camp­ing, fish­ing along the lake shore, or pic­nick­ing along the banks of the creek. Also enjoy stargaz­ing or fly­ing kites in the Great Mead­ow or admire copi­ous wild­flow­ers and oth­er native plants on over 80 acres of wilderness.

Hunt­ing, boat­ing, swim­ming, and camp­ing out­side of the offi­cial camp­ground are prohibited.

Fish­ing & Nature Viewing

Fish­ing is only per­mit­ted from the shore at one of two Access Sites, and Access Site #1 is hand­i­cap acces­si­ble. These are also spots where you can park and take in the views of the lake.

Camp­ing at Lake Concow

Camp­ing is only avail­able at Lake Con­cow Campground , which offers tent camp­ing and even space for self con­tained RV’s (dump sta­tion on site). This is the per­fect place to bring your group for a day or week­end gath­er­ing, meet­ing or work­shop. Get the lat­est updates on their Face­book page.