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Lassen Volcanic National Park


Lassen Volcanic National Park
Pet-Friendly RV Parks and Campgrounds
Highway36
Mineral,
California 96063
530-595-4480
877-444-6777

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This park has the distinction of being home to all 4 types of volcanoes found in the world. It is also home to the Lassen Smelowskia Flower that blooms no where else on earth. Much can be seen from their seasonal 29 mile auto-tour (Highway89) that offers turn-outs for some great views of the park including Lassen Peak, Brokeoff Mountain, the Devastated Area, and more. Dogs are allowed in the park in developed areas, campgrounds, picnic areas, established roadways, and scenic pull-outs. There are no additional pet fees for camping, and they must be kept on a leash no longer than 6 feet, be cleaned up after promptly, and be current on vaccinations. Dogs may not be left unattended outside or left in a vehicle that may be a hazard to the pet without proper cooling, food, and water. Dogs are not allowed in buildings, in any body of water, in the backcountry, or on any trails or boardwalks. For those who would like to hike with their pets, this park is surrounded by great hiking places such as the Caribou Wilderness to the East, the Thousand Lakes Wilderness to the North, or the Spencer Meadows and Mill Creek Trails just outside the park off of Highway 36. There are 8 family campgrounds at this park in addition to group and stock campgrounds. They offer some or all of the following; picnic tables, campfire rings with grills, bear-proof boxes, flush or vault toilets, ADA accessibility, potable water, and/or a boat launch. The Manzanita camp area also offers hot showers, a pay phone, food, laundry facilities, kayak rentals, and a camper store. About half of the sites in 4 of the camp areas can be reserved; the rest are 1st come 1st served. This rv park is closed during the offseason. The camping and tent areas also allow dogs. There is a dog walk area at the campground. There are no electric or water hookups at the campgrounds.





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