Shaver Lake will begin a limited reopening on Saturday, June 6.
With safety as our top priority, Shaver Lake has been approved for limited reopening by Fresno County. The following facilities will open beginning June 6:
- The lake, shoreline, boat slips, marinas, day-use areas and adjacent trails.
- Shaver Lake parking lots. The main parking lot used for day parking will be limited to 50% capacity. Because the parking lot adjacent to the boat launch facility is used by individuals towing boats on-site, SCE will not restrict capacity for that parking lot.
- Bathroom facilities. The bathrooms are single-occupancy and have been equipped with adjacent single-push button activated sinks and soap dispensers.
- Hours of operation to 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
Signage is being installed reminding visitors that they are required to comply with CDC guidelines. Visitors are asked to observe appropriate physical distancing, wear face coverings when near others and limit the duration of visits.
Camp Edison’s overnight camping sites will remain closed until approved to reopen under California’s Resilience Roadmap.
Additionally, the Shaver Lake Visitors Bureau has canceled this year’s fourth of July fireworks show.
Thanks for your patience and understanding as we work to keep our communities safe.
Updates will be posted to sce.com/campedison as additional reopening information becomes available.
We built Camp Edison in 1963 in a pine forest on the western shores of Shaver Lake, California. It’s been a favorite vacation spot ever since. Our 252 campsites are available to the public and they include electricity. WiFi is also available at an additional cost. We’re open year-round.
Camp Edison has been removing insect infested trees in order to maintain public safety & forest health. Some sites have more sun exposure than currently described in site details.
Now you can make reservations online for almost all of our campsites.
From hiking and horseback riding to fishing and watersports, there’s plenty to do in the Camp Edison area.
When you visit Camp Edison, be sure to leave your firewood at home, and either collect or buy firewood here in Shaver Lake. Tree-killing insects and diseases can lurk in firewood and cause new infestations that can have devastating effects to our forests, agriculture, and communities. Beginning January 1, 2015, only locally sourced wood will be allowed into Camp Edison.