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Due to its location in the Sacramento River Valley, fishing is totally available in the Sacramento River itself. Trout is a cro...Read more
Hiking at Castle Crags? Yes please and thank you. 28 miles of trails meander through the gorgeous Northern California wildernes...Read more
Ok, let’s get real and talk about the supreme and unbeatable rock climbing options readily available to visitors to Castle Crag...Read more
We’re talking about some serious elevation here, so the area definitely gets its fair share of snow during the winter months. B...Read more
With its proximity to the Sacramento River, many hikers enjoy taking a dip in the chilly river waters to cool off. There are ma...Read more
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Awesome. They keep it well maintained, but you should get there earlier so you can have your pick of the nicer spots. Didn't realize that when we reserved our camp site we would get there, check in, then drive around to choose a site. We were late so by that time a lot of the good ones were filled up.
I enjoyed this place very much! There's a river nearby the train tracks, the water is very cold but another river that feeds into it is pretty warm, it also has a cool swing. Hiking to the top of the Crags is awesome! At the top is an oasis of white stone/sand with beautiful green foliage. I would recommend going on the hike about two or three hours before the sun begins to set as that's about how long the hike takes (start 4 - 5 o'clock)