About: This quiet and serene campground attracts hikers as it is near the popular Swift Creek trailhead and many persons stay there before and after their hikes. The campground has two large unnamed loops meandering through mature cedar, Ponderosa pine and some deciduous trees. The middle story is comprised mostly of deciduous trees providing fair privacy between campsites. The understory is grass and pine needles. Some parking aprons are overgrown. State Rt. 3 traffic noise can be heard in campground. While there are no grilles, each campsite has a Klamath Oven, stone fire ring, table, paved road and unsurfaced spurs and drinking water.
Fees: $12 (2011)
Closest Towns: Weaverville (CA), Trinity Center (CA)
Restrooms: Vault Toilet
Directions: From Weaverville, take Hwy 3 north for 27 miles. Turn left at the campground sign. Campground is 1/2 mile from the turnoff.
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