BLM campground in a forest next to a river, 11 sites with tables, bearlockers and firerings, 5$ per night, very quiet. Not all sites may fit for really big RVs.
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This is a hidden lil oasis! Full time camp host has been here for 2 years and cares so much about keeping this place nice because he holds a special place in his heart for it. He’s the kindest and there if you need anything. Good vibes all around and he likes good music! I wanna hype this place up for him cause he’s really killing it out here. The river is also beautiful and clear. Little sand beach at a 3 min walk of a trail.Report Check-In
Amazing Campground, with 12 spot, not close one to each other, half of them are on the river side. Still 5$ per night, possibility to be 2 vehicles max 8 persons per spot. No water (except the river one), no t-mobile service. Level spots, and 2 toilets. Firepit ant table for every spot. Acces road on perfect conditions.
Bm.aroundtheworld from Switzerland
$5, smooth easy road in and gorgeous river access and swimming holes. Great full time camp host.Report Check-In
I agree with the description but would like to add that IMO this place is awesome! I counted 10 sites (2 are handicapped). We stayed at site #7 next to the river. No big rigs here, the parking spots aren’t big enough. The sites are spaced spry enough that it doesn’t feel like you’re camping with your neighbor. Half of the sites have walk-downs to the beautiful river. The trees are wonderful here (unaffected by the California fires). Bathrooms are your typical Forest service pit toilets. Each site includes: paved (though not all are level) parking, tent pad/area, cement picnic table, fire ring, beautiful trees. For $5/night you can’t beat it ($2.50 for interagency pass)Report Check-In