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This campground is set in a cedar and pine forest overlooking the reservoir, which provides opportunities for swimming, fishing, kayaking and boating under 10 mph.
Located on the north west shore of Sugar Pine Reservoir, Giant Gap Campground is set in a secluded spot in a cedar and pine forest overlooking the reservoir – the view of the lake is awesome! Take the family down to the lake for some swimming, fishing, kayaking and boating for a fun-filled afternoon. There are also several Foresthill OHV Trails located near the campground if you want a fun and exciting way to experience America’s natural treasures. Be sure to reserve and guarantee your weekend fun!
From Interstate 80: Take the Foresthill Road exit for 17 miles to the town of Foresthill. Continue on the road for 9 miles to Sugar Pine Road. Turn left and continue on Sugar Pine Road for 9 miles and take a right on the first road after the Sugar Pine Recreation Area sign. Travel 1 1/2 miles to the campground.
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A year-round creek meanders through the north end of the park, and playground and picnic areas are nested in shaded areas.
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