2014 Courtright Reservoir
Since 2013 was a great success, Urs and I decided to organize another run up to Courtright in 2014. Getting camping spots last year was not an issue and the Trapper Springs was only about 50% full at most. So...don't let the first come first serve deter you. Here is the Forest Service description of the camping at the reservoir.
PG&E operates and maintains several campgrounds around the lake. On the west side, you will find Trapper Springs which provides single and double camp sites. Marmot Rock is located at the south end of the lake which provides 14 walk-in campsites. Both campgrounds are first come-first served, no reservations are accepted. A fee is charged for overnight camping. On the east side of the lake is Voyager Rock which is a primitive campground accessible only by boat or by high clearance Off-Highway Vehicle. This campground has limited services. No fee is charged.