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We were looking for a location out of the heat of the Central Valley of California, shady, near water, picnic facilities, dog friendly. White Pines Lake had all of these features. The lake is fine for kayaks, small non-motor boats, swimming, wild life watching (geese,...More
Lots of birds chirping. A duck family swims by. The last time I saw it, the edges were nasty & muddy. Today, there was plenty of water up the boat ramp. Looks like a postcard picture now. Lots of picnic tables.
It’s a favorite place...More
This place is amazing - so much to offer! There is a full 18 hole disc golf course around the back of the lake, there is a beach where the kiddos can hang out and play, there is a sand vollyball court, a great playground,...More
I have been floatube fishing here for 40+ years. My Fly Fishing Club holds an annual event here every May. The Trout are usually planters, but really fin to catch AND RELEASE! There are also plenty of Blue Gills in the lake, so if you...More
We stopped at the visitors center in Angels Camp, CA and the very helpful young lady at the desk recommended a visit to Calavaras Big Trees State Park, She also suggested we pick up a lunch and visit White Pines Lake. Hooray for her! We...More
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I’m pretty sure that it’s day use only. There is a campground up hwy 4, right at Dorrington, down Boards Crossing rd (baring left) down to Sourgrass campground. It is dry camping without hookups. If there is room, it’s a... More
I’m pretty sure that it’s day use only. There is a campground up hwy 4, right at Dorrington, down Boards Crossing rd (baring left) down to Sourgrass campground. It is dry camping without hookups. If there is room, it’s a nice spot close to the river. Also, there is another one on Hwy 4 but they are mostly purchased sites. There may be camping in Calaveras Big trees but I can’t remember.Hope this helps.