Findley Campground is located alongside the scenic Jackson Meadow Reservoir in the Tahoe National Forest. The location, part of the Woodcamp Recreation Area, makes a great base camp for a wide range of recreational activities found in the surrounding area, including boating, fishing, hiking and hunting.
Findley Campground is operated by Nevada Irrigation District in cooperation with the Tahoe National Forest.
The reservoir offers excellent opportunities for boating, canoeing, water skiing, swimming and fishing. Anglers will find rainbow and brown trout. A boat ramp and designated swim beach are located within the Woodcamp Recreation Area.
A half-mile interpretive nature trail wanders through adjacent Woodcamp Campground. A portion of the Pacific Crest Trail meanders along the east side of the lake. Hunting and biking are popular activities in the surrounding area.
The campground offers single-family campsites, each equipped with a picnic table and campfire ring. Flushing toilets and drinking water are provided.
Jackson Meadow Reservoir is situated in a rolling forested valley, where visitors are awarded beautiful views of the Sierra Crest and English Mountain. The campground lies on the western shore of the lake, in a forest of pine and fir trees.Take Interstate 80 to the Truckee/Highway 89 North exit. Follow Highway 89 north for 17 miles, to the Jackson Meadows turnoff. Travel west on Forest Road 07 for 18 miles, to Jackson Meadows Reservoir. Proceed across the dam and continue on a paved/gravel road for approximately four miles. Turn left at the Woodcamp Recreation Area sign and proceed to the campground.530-265-8861N