State: Northern California
Address 1: Western Nevada
Number of Sites: 68
About: Buckeye Campground provides a quiet camping experience. The campground is on Buckeye Creek and is shaded by Jeffrey and Lodgepole pines. Hiking along Buckeye Creek into the nearby Hoover Wilderness. Hiking on Eagle Creek to the flanks of Eagle Mountain. Buckeye hot spring (140 degrees F) is just east of the campground. The spring comes out above the creek, over a rock overhang, which creates a cave-like area in the pool. Another small spring is upstream. This is a very popular spring year round. Fishing in Buckeye Creek offers different kind of fishing experience to get away from crowds. Trails are nearby to Yosemite. Nearest lakes are four miles from campground.
Fees: $17/night for single unit, $6/night for extra vehicle (2011)
Water: Potable Water
Restrooms: Flush and Vault Toilets
Restrictions: Vehicles and trailers up to 35 feet
Directions: 1. Follow Highway 395 south from Bridgeport, turn left and travel approximately seven miles on Twin Lakes Road.
2. Turn right on Buckeye Road at Doc and Al’s Resort and travel about 3 miles.
3. Turn left at fork and travel another mile to campground.