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Antelope Lake Recreation Area


A private concessionaire manages family campgrounds around the lake. There are approximately 194 family camping units and 4 group units. Campsites may be reserved through Reserve USA (1-877-444-6777)

Each Campground has piped water. Trailer sites are available. Trailers of up to 40 feet can be accommodated in some of the camping units. No hookups are provided. Facilities are usually open from Memorial Day to October.


Hunting and fishing are regulated by the California Department of Fish and Game. Antelope Lake supports rainbow, German brown, and kokanee salmon. Antelope Lake is stocked with rainbow annually.
Off-Road Vehicles

The use of off-road vehicles is restricted within the Antelope Recreation Area.

Other Activities

Antelope Lake Recreation Area provides opportunities for many more recreation experiences for visitors. Boat launch ramps provide access to the water for fishing, water-skiing, sailing, or simply touring on boats. Visitors may also enjoy watching wildlife or campfire programs.


Supplies can be purchased at the Antelope Store by Boulder Creek Campground or in the towns of Susanville or Taylorsville.


Hiking and backpacking are enjoyed by many visitors in this area.
Drinking Water

Only water from developed recreation sites is maintained for safe drinking. Open water sources are easily contaminated by human or animal waste. Water from springs, lakes, and streams should be properly treated before drinking. One method is to boil the water for five minutes or use an approved filtration system.

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