Tree of Heaven Campground
Forest Service / BLM
Southwest of Cottonwood Peak, east of China Peak.Northern California
Number of Sites: 20
About: In the 1800s, Chinese immigrants lived and farmed on this stretch of flat land along the Klamath River. They sold vegetables to the miners and worked in the local mines. They imported a homeland tree called the Tree of Heaven to remind them of their native land. Today the Tree of Heaven Campground is popular for its shaded, grassy campsites, close proximity to Yreka and great access to the Klamath River.
Fees: $15 (2011)
Closest Towns: Yreka (CA)
Restrictions: Dogs on leash only. Please clean up after your dog. Camping limit 14 days.
Restrooms: Vault Toilet
Directions: From I-5 west on Hwy 96 approx 7 miles to the campground on the left and down the hill.
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