Eagle Lake (pics) used to be one of the largest lakes in California but the drought has caused it to shrink significantly in the past few years like so many other California lakes. The southern portion of the lake can still support some fishing for the rainbow trout for which this lake is known.
After leaving Tahoe and Carson City, we headed north and spent 4 nights here at the Eagle Lake RV Resort. It is a nice RV park with mostly shaded sites. We were one of the few residents during our time here. Four nights was way too long for us here especially since we don’t fish. However, we needed the time to finally settle into our motorhome for the upcoming extended trip. We spent our time organizing the interior cabinets and storage compartments as well as the “basement” storage and cleaning the exterior of the coach and car. As time goes on we should have less need to ask each other, “Where did we put that?”
It was a productive time with an opportunity for relaxing as well. Next up, Tulelake, CA, at the Butte Valley Fairgrounds.