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Contact one of the phone numbers listed below for
accommodations which include campsites, hotels,
cabins, condo's and marina slips.
Huntington Lake is surrounded by a number of U.S
Forest Service campgrounds, most of which are on or
very close to the shoreline. To make reservations
for any of the area campgrounds, contact National
Recreation Reservations System (NRRS) via the Web 24
www.reserveusa.com or via telephone at (877)
444-6777 during business hours. NRRS accepts credit
majority of the campsites are in a reservation pool
managed by National Recreation Reservations System.
When you make a reservation, you are only insuring
that you will get a site of a certain size in a
certain campground. Specific sites cannot be
campers must check in with the Forest Service office
at Huntington Lake to get their specific site
assignment. The same office offers the remainder
campsites not in the reservation pool so there is a
slight chance that you can get site the day you show
course, it is advisable that you have reservations
prior to your arrival.
Forest Service office is located to the junction of
highway 168 (the road from Fresno to Huntington
Lake) and the road to Florence and Edison lakes (see
the Area Map) near the headwaters of the lake.
Area campgrounds include:
College and Deer Creek are on the water front and
are walking distance to all the facilities you will
need for your stay (launch ramp, race headquarters,
groceries, etc.). These are the most sought after
campgrounds and as such, are usually completely
reserved many months in advance. Give them a try
just in case.
Rancheria and Billy Creek are 5 to 10 minutes of
driving time away (in opposite directions) from the
epicenter of activities.
Catavee and Kinnikinnick are a bit further away
(i.e. a few hundred additional yards) from most
activities but still within walking distance for
the campgrounds are fairly equal as far as
facilities go. Most, if not all, have running water
and flush toilets. None have showers.