Unfortunately gasoline is not available at the North shore dock at this time due to the high water level of the lake. Please fill-up your boats prior arriving.
Career Opportunities Full-Time Positions Available WANT TO WORK WHERE YOU CAN PLAY TOO? Camanche Recreation Company is looking for high-energy employees who can provide great quality customer service. These full positions are ideal for persons who have an interest in camping, boating, fishing and are willing to learn. Check out our current open positions online [...]
The North Shore Cafe is now open for breakfast and lunch on Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays! Opening for breakfast at 7:00 AM and serving lunch until 2:00 PM. Come meet our new Cafe Chef, Lori. She comes to us from New York with 31 years in the food industry. She has plenty of experience in [...]
Friday 2/3/17 Mt. Lassen released 1,200 lbs. of trout with 600 lbs. planted to the pond and 600 lbs. to the north shore boat ramp. Another release of 1,200 lbs. is expected this week before the weekend. Watch our FaceBook page for the plant update. https://www.facebook.com/LakeCamanche/ or @lakecamanche on Instagram.
Are you ready to try camping but don’t know where to start or do you like camping but don’t want to gather up gear? How would you like to come to a campsite that is already set up? We can do that for you! No camping experience necessary. We offer different packages for up to four [...]
October brings autumn leaves falling and OFF SEASON PRICING! Camping, lodging, day use, RV punch cards & some boat rentals are discounted. Call 866-763-5121 ext. 3 to book your next stay or check out your favorite spot at Find my spot now! Boat pricing can be found by calling 209-763-5166 or chick this link: Boat Pricing. 5 great reasons [...]
By Peter Ottesen Stockton Record Correspondent Posted Aug. 2, 2016 at 6:00 PM Updated Aug 2, 2016 at 8:15 PM Surrounded by the parched golden brown Sierra foothills and dominated by an oppressive mid-day sun, Lake Camanche this week seemed more like a giant bathtub with 81-degree surface water than a place to go fishing. [...]