Stone Lagoon Campground
If you are looking to get away, I mean really get away, Stone Lagoon Campground is your next adventure. We have an array of wildlife such as Roosevelt Elk that occasionally feed and swim in Stone Lagoon, a family of River Otters, over 100 different species of birds including Osprey and even the endangered species; the Snowy Plover. These 6 campsites will allow you to connect with nature in ways that only few have experienced.
-Photo taken from campground
Campsites are first come first serve. You need to pick up your overnight camping pass ($20) at Patrick’s Point Campground. (707) 677-3570
Access: You can either boat across from Stone Lagoon Visitor’s Center (1mi) or hike in from Dry Lagoon (2.5mi).
If you need to rent boats, Kayak Zak’s has you covered and will even help paddle your gear over for an additional $10 each way! What a deal!
Campsites: There are six different campsites that can hold up to 8 people. The campground is considered “primitive”, which means running water and other amenities are not there.
Fire rings, picnic benches, and bear boxes are at each site. BYOW (bring your own wood)
Bathroom: There is one outhouse but be sure to bring your own TP.
Hikes: There are two separate hikes leading to Stone Lagoon Beach or Ryan's Cove campground.
Animals: Sorry, no pets allowed.
2.5mi to Dry Lagoon
1.2mi to southern end of Stone Lagooon
Feel free to contact us about any questions or concerns you have.