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Basic Amenities
  • Drinking Water
  • Vault Toilets
Special Features
  • Fishing
Additional Conveniences
  • Pets Allowed


Open through Mon Sep 02 2013
Getting There:
GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
38.88306, -120.4
38°52'59"N, 120°24'0"W

From Placerville, get on Highway 50 and head east for 21 miles to Icehouse Road. Turn left 21 miles to turnoff. Then go three-quarters of a mile to campground.

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The paved Union Valley Bike Trail spans 4.8 miles with an easy climb of 300 feet. The trail connects campgrounds on the east side of the lake, starting from Wench Creek on down to Jones Fork Campground. Interpretive signs along the trail tell the story of the use and development of water resources in Union Valley. This trail can be used by both hikers and bikers.

Anglers seek rainbow, brown and mackinaw trout or kokanee salmon. The reservoir also offers opportunities for swimming, water skiing and boating. The nearest boat ramp is at Yellowjacket Campground.

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