Juniper Lake Stock Corral (elevation 6,800 ft.) is a remote and rustic facility in the southeastern part of Lassen Volcanic National Park in northern California. It is located within walking distance of Juniper Lake, which is popular for fishing, canoeing, kayaking and swimming. Several trails are located nearby. The facility is over one hour from the main park road. Persons reserving the stock corral and campsite must have accompanying horses or stock animals. Pack animals allowed include horses, mules, burros, and llamas. Backcountry permits are required for all horse/stock use within the park and may be obtained at the Junipr Lake Ranger Station. Persons reserving the Juniper Lake Stock Corral must review a copy of the Saddle and Pack Stock Use regulations . This is a high elevation facility; please use caution when travelling from lower elevations. Be Bear Aware; food and scented products must be stored in the bear lockers provided at each site. Pets require a 6-ft leash, must not be left unattended, and are not allowed on park trails. An entrance fee of $20 per vehicle is required and campers must have a valid entrance permit or pass before camping.
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