Camp at Cherry Valley Campground

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Added by The Outbound Collective

Cherry Valley Campground sits in a gorgeous forest near Cherry Lake - the perfect location for hiking, swimming, fishing, trail running, and leisurely scenic walks!

Cherry Valley Campground is typically open from May - September, weather dependent. The fee is $22 for a single family site and $44 for a double family site. The campground provides vault toilets. Each campsite is equipped with a picnic table and fire ring. Pets are welcome at Cherry Valley Campground. You can reserve Cherry Valley Campground in advance.

Nearby Cherry Lake is the largest lake in Stanislaus National Forest. Lake access is available via a quick hiking trail. There is a firewood vendor at the campsite, along with a water spigot and campfire programs. 

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Stand Up Paddle
Rock Climbing
Mountain Biking
Dog Friendly
Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Picnic Area
Swimming Hole


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