Camping – Sugar Pine Point State Park

Sugar Pine Point State Park boasts 175 campsites, including 1o group camp sites.  24 sites remain open year-round allowing for snow camping for youth groups and the adventurous.  Reservations are highly recommended between Memorial Day and Labor Day. The campground sanitary dump and refill station is open during the summer camping season only. Wood is sold at the entrance station and at the camp host sites, with all proceeds benefiting the Sierra State Parks Foundation.

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Food Storage Locker Information

Black bears are currently very active at Sugar Pine as they prepare for the upcoming winter.
  Metal bear-resistant food lockers are provided in each campsite. All food, beverages, and toiletries are required by law to be stored in provided food lockers except when food is being prepared or eaten.  Ice chests may NOT be stored in vehicles. The inside dimensions of the food lockers 36″ deep, 43″ wide, and 22″ high.  Violators will be cited.


Dogs on a 6′ leash are allowed on paved areas, in the campground and in the historic zone. Dogs are not allowed on beaches, unpaved trails or in undeveloped areas.  Leashed dogs are allowed on the General Creek Fire Road when it is not maintained as a ski trail.  Dogs are not allowed on any of the ski trails in the Sugar Pine Point State Park ski network from November 1st to May 1st when snow is present.  Dog regulations are enforced YEAR-ROUND.