|Location of Grover Hot Springs|
Grover Hot Springs State Park is situated in a small alpine valley of forest and meadows at 6000' near Markleeville California (Click here for a map). It is best known for its hot pool that is fed by hot springs (extra fee), the campground is also a popular family destination. A trout creek (limited numbers of fish unless planted) runs through the park and hiking trails lead into scenic Forest Service lands. The hot pool (100 degrees) and recreation pool (very cold) are open all year. During the winter there are a limited number of campsites available first come-first served, and cross country skiing and snow shoeing in the valley.
|The General story has everything you will need|
Click here for East Carson fishing, which is 7 miles from the campground.
Click here for private fly fishing water which can be found three miles outside out Markeleeville.
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From the Campground website....
WARNING: Metal bear resistant food lockers are provided in each campsite and MUST be used. All food, beverages, toiletries, and empty ice chests are required by law to be stored in the provided food lockers. See each campsite's detail page for specific bear resistant food locker inside dimensions. Violators are subject to confiscation of food and/or citation. Camp at your own risk! By choosing to enter or camp at Grover Hot Springs State Park you assume the risk of personal injury and/or property damage caused by bears.
|Photo of Grover Hot Springs|
- Due to limited space trailers longer than 24 feet and motor-homes longer than 27 feet are NOT allowed.
- Fees include entry for 1 vehicle and 1 legally towed vehicle or trailer, additional vehicles will be charged per night at the park.
- 2012 Reservation Season:
All Sites available for reservations May 18-September 2, 2012
- Winter camping available in the Day Use area.