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Visitation: 27,000
Area: 28,000 Acres
Lat: 40.64642
Lon: 120.740742
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Gas-Susanville, 16 MilesFood-Susanville, 16 MilesLodging-Susanville, 16 Miles
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Brochure/Species List Bus Accessible Camping
Food/Vending Machines Interpretive Signs Restrooms

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Every Kid in a Park. Initiative that gives every U.S. 4th grader and his or her family free access to 2000+ federally managed lands and waters. Educators can also participate.

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Site Id #:69 - Eagle Lake

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Brochure/Species List Brochure/Species List Information is available from the Forest Service and BLM offices.

Bus Accessible Bus Accessible

Camping Camping The US Forest Service maintains four campgrounds at the south end of Eagle Lake with one campground having full hookups. The BLM maintains one primitive campground at the north end of the lake and two shoreline use areas at Rocky Point and along Highway 139 where all users must be self-contained in order to camp there. Campgrounds with full hook ups are located at Stones Landing and Spaulding subdivisions.

Food/Vending Machines Food/Vending Machines Small stores with groceries and fishing supplies are located at the Gallatin Marina at the south end of the lake and at Stone's and Spaulding subdivisions. Gas is available from late spring through December at Stone's and Spaulding subdivsions and dock side gas for power boats is available at the Gallatin Marina at the south end of Eagle Lake.

Interpretive Signs Interpretive Signs

Restrooms Restrooms Facilities located in campgrounds.