Willow Creek Campground

 

Campground Type
Forest Service / BLM

Location:
East of Letterbox Hill, and Hwy 139.
Northern California

Campground Details

Open: Seasonal
Number of Sites: 8

About: Willow Creek Campground is the best kept secret in northern California. This small campground (8 sites) is easy to find, easy to navigate in and out with small trailers and motor homes and never full. A tiny creek runs between the campground and the day use picnic area. Lots of shade trees muffle the sounds of the highway.

Fees: $6 (2011)

Usage: Light

Closest Towns: Adin (CA)

Water: Yes

Restrictions: Dogs on leash only. Please clean up after your dog. Camping limit 14 days.

Restrooms: Vault Toilet

Directions: From Adin go south on Hwy 139 approximately 14 miles and the campground is on the left just past the picnic area.
 

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