PENINSULA CAMPGROUND will be closing for camping effective 7/24/20, Day use and boating will remain open through the end of the season.
Please see our new guidelines for Day Use:
- Anyone coming on to our facilities will have to fill out a Release of Liability form
- If you are sick please stay home, you will receive a full refund
- boating and day use are with household members only
- Visitors should keep their face masks nearby, especially in the day use areas
- Maintain 6ft of distance from non-household members
- Bathrooms will be cleaned and sanitized throughout the day
- Bring hand sanitize
Update: May 26, 2020
Peninsula campgrounds and facilities will be closed until further notice.
Update: May 22, 2020
Scotts Flat, Long Ravine, Orchard Springs and Peninsula campgrounds and facilities will be closed until further notice.
Jackson Meadow campgrounds closed until further notice.
Update: May 16, 2020
ALL NID LAUNCH RAMPS TO REMAIN CLOSED TILL FURTHER NOTICE!
Update as of May 7, 2020
Nevada Irrigation District is temporarily closing all Recreation facilities to support state and local efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus).
Scotts Flat, Long Ravine, Orchard Springs and Peninsula campgrounds and facilities will be closed thru May 31, 2020
Jackson Meadow campgrounds closed through June 14, 2020
The temporary closure includes all boat launches at Scott’s Flat Reservoir and Rollins Reservoir.
Peninsula Family Camping – Family Camping at its BEST!
Located on Rollins Lake in beautiful Grass Valley, Peninsula Family Camping can offer you and your family room to spread out. Enjoy camping and outdoor recreation like it was meant to be.
Come enjoy old-fashioned quiet family camping at its finest. With over 300 acres, surrounded by Rollins Lake, Peninsula provides a great escape to the beauty of nature, a way to re-energize and reconnect with family and friends.
With a mild summer climate, at 2200 feet elevation, we are just 30 minutes from historic Grass Valley and Nevada City in the heart of the motherlode country and just 1.5 hours from Sacramento or Reno.
Come for a weekend or stay for a week, with great fishing, water sports, boating, biking or just sitting around the campfire.