Forest Service / BLM
North shore of Union Valley Reservoir.Northern California
Number of Sites: 131
About: Sunset-Union Valley is located in a ponderosa pine forest at an elevation of 5000 feet. Facilities include 131 family sites, a 30-unit tent camping area, a swimming beach, Fashoda (which is not reservable), a boatramp with an accessible boarding dock, a paved parking area, a dump station, and the Union Valley Bike Trail. A store with gas, ice, and a restaurant is located within 5 miles. Popular activities include sailing, boating, fishing, biking, swimming, and hiking. For current conditions and local information, call the Eldorado Information Center at 530-644-6048.
Restrooms: Vault Toilet
Directions: Highway 50, east of Placerville for 21 miles to Icehouse Road turnoff on left. North 16 miles to campground.
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Sunset is the huge campground on Union Valley Reservoir. It sits on the end of the peninsula past Fashoda Campground. In is near the boat ramp. There is also a new shower building nearby so bring some quarters if you want to get cleaned up.
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