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Haskins Valley Campground | Quincy, CA

Haskins Valley Campground

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Address: /td> Quincy, CA
Phone Number: (916) 386-5164
Website: Haskins Valley Campground
Latitude   39.87117    
Longitude   -121.1738    
Campsite Information
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Site Quantity: 65 Pad Type:
Price: Under $20 Quality:
Electric 50 Amp Water Sewer
Big Rig Access Tents Allowed Pull-thrus Group Area
Handicap Access Waterfront Access Telephone Cable TV
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Store Laundry Pool Hot Tub
Pet Friendly 55+ Park Game Room Playground
Cabins Dump Station LP Gas Wi-Fi
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Haskins Valley Campground Details

Haskins Valley Campground is part of the PG&E Recreational Areas.

  • 65 sites, 12' wide, 34' long
  • Most of Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s (PG&E’s) campgrounds provide tent space, tables and benches, fire rings, refuse containers, water, vault toilets and parking.
  • In remote areas, only some of the amenities listed above are provided. Please see the individual campgrounds on this Website for additional information.
  • Most campgrounds require a fee and all have an occupancy limit of 14 days.
  • Campground hosts do not accept credit cards for individual campsites. Please pay by cash or check.
  • PG&E’s campgrounds are available on a first-come, first-served basis; however, the group facilities require reservations.
  • Each year, we begin taking Group Reservations at 8a.m. on the first Monday in February for week-long stays and on the first Monday in March for weekend reservations. You are also welcome to call after these dates to see what group sites may be available. Please call 916-386-5164 for group reservations.
  • Recreational Vehicle (RV) hook-ups are not available at any of our campgrounds.
  • For the developed campgrounds, the parking spurs generally accommodate trailers up to 20 or 34 feet, depending upon the location.
  • Pets are allowed for a minimal fee. They must have a current rabies vaccination and be on a leash or contained at all times. You are responsible for cleaning up after your pets.
  • Most picnic areas have tables, benches and vault toilets. Many areas have running water and refuse containers.

Recreation near Haskins Valley Campground

From the Pit River country in the Cascade Range to the King’s River region in the southern Sierra Nevada, our recreational facilities are ready for you to use and enjoy. Large lakes such as Lake Almanor, Lake Spaulding and Lake Britton, man-made for hydroelectric power, are the settings for many of our campgrounds and picnic areas. Most of the lakes offer fishing, swimming and boating.

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Haskins Valley Campground, 3.5 out of 5 based on 2 ratings

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2 Responses to Haskins Valley Campground

  1. Barie Duffin on June 10, 2013 at 12:53 pm

    We stayed at Haskins Valley Campground in early June 3013. We were in one of the sites which is near the lake since we are kayakers….but we were also near the dumpster. The lake was fanbulous, especially in the morning. Glass flat water with lots of wildlife to see. I understand the fishing is good but we didn;t fish. The bugs this time of year were very busy, especially near us since we were near the water and dumpster. I don’t recommend the lakefront site near the dumpster this early in the summer. However, lighting a fire in the morning and evening helped control the mosquitos alot. By the way, the fee is $25/night. There is a store just across the street which is nice. Road noise was pretty loud at ouir site, not sure for all others. If you are a kayaker or canooist there are only three or four possible sites if you want to leave your boat at the put in. otherswise you will haver to car top it to camp each day. All in all, it was a good campground if you can do without showers or running water in the bathrooms. Campground hosts were very nice.

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  2. sar on August 25, 2011 at 9:17 pm

    25 dollars is too much to camp here,no showers,pgande has someone else running it
    looks like the showers have gone a long time ago,10 dollars would be enough,nice area,but it gets cold 43 degrees in middle summer at night,lots mosquitos,camp ground nearly empty,you cant sleep due to cold,

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