Wyandotte Campground is located within 5 miles of the town of La Porte, CA on the Feather River Ranger District. At an elevation of 5100 feet, the campground is nestled in a natural mixed-conifer forest environment. Little Grass Valley reservoir is a 1600 ac., clear mountain lake with plenty of summer and winter recreation opportunities available. Little Grass Valley Reservoir part of a larger network of streams, rivers, and reservoirs that link features of the South Fork Feather River system with Lake Oroville. Scenic vistas, watchable wildlife, and historic mining sites are in immediate or close proximity to the facility. Operations are seasonal due to winter snow, and delayed openings may result from late snow.
Due to environmental obstacles preventing opening the campground in May for the past few seasons, we have changed the reservation opening date to Father’s Day weekend. If the campground can be opened before Father’s Day weekend, we will open it up for reservations on Recreation.gov. Please make your reservation on or after Father’s Day weekend or check back to Recreation.gov to see if the campground has been opened to accept reservations.
There is plentiful wildlife including bear, deer, squirrel, songbirds, bald eagle and osprey. Activities at the facility include camping, power and flatwater boating, swimming, fishing, hiking, wildlife watching, scenery viewing, and historic sites.
South Fork Road LaPorte CA 95981
For campground inquiries, please call: 530-534-6500
Take the La Porte-Quincy Rd. from Brownsville or Quincy-Hwy 70 to the town of La Porte, CA. Travel 3 miles NE of town to the So Fork Rd. or Little Grass Valley Rd.