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Six Rivers National Forest

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Six Rivers National Forest, California

This park gets its rather self-descriptive name from the six beautiful rivers that flow through its borders, but don’t let the simplicity of the name fool you. This forest is made up of more than a Read more...
This park gets its rather self-descriptive name from the six beautiful rivers that flow through its borders, but don’t let the simplicity of the name fool you. This forest is made up of more than a million rambling acres that take you through foggy and mystical redwood landscapes and gives way to miles and miles of towering Douglas firs, glacial peaks and hidden pools, serene meadows and, of course, sunny river banks spotted with warm rocks and perfect spots for a picnic. Oh, and if the natural beauty doesn’t get you: this was the place where they first spotted Bigfoot. Yeah, the original footage that basically made everyone believe in the hairy bi-ped. That, on its own, is reason enough to check it out!
Pearch Creek Campground
Pearch Creek Campground is located in a mature Douglas fir and hardwood forest near the town of...
Aikens Creek West Campground
Aikens Creek West Campground is near Klamath River, Aikens Creek, and Indian Creek. Swap fishing...
E-Ne-Nuck Campground
E-Ne-Nuck Campground attracts anglers from all over for some of the best fishing in the region. The...
Fish Lake Campground
Grab the brewskis, the hot dogs, and the power bait, and head on up to Fish Lake Campground. Fish for...
Oak Bottom Campground
If you’re a lover of deep emerald colored swimming holes and wild rivers this is the campground to be!...
Nordheimer Campground
Stephanie
Stephanie: Absolutely beautiful with great access to the Salmon River. Can get a little bit buggy
Dillon Creek Campground
Looking for cold mountains streams and emerald colored swimming holes? Dillon Creek Campground has got...
Boise Creek Campground
Smothered between the bosom of Brush and Brannan Mountain’s, Boise Creek Campground is a forested...
East Fork Campground
Sitting in a shady area near East Fork Willow Creek, East Fork Campground is a great getaway from the...
Big Flat Campground
The Big Flat Campground is a small, quiet spot near the Hurdygurdy Creek (great name, right?). Far...
Bear Basin Lookout and Pierson Cabin
Once you arrive at Bear Basin Lookout and the adjacent Pierson Cabin, you might need a couple minutes...
Panther Flat Campground
Gihane
Gihane: We had a lovely weekend here at Panther Flats! The campground did not have all of the organized...
Patrick Creek Campground
You’ll find Patrick Creek Campground nestled among towering Douglas fir, at the confluence of the...
North Fork Campground
The North Fork Campground is a semi-shaded campground on the North Fork of the Smith River. The...
Mad River Campground
Fariss
Fariss: We came and stayed one night. It's a little far from "civilization", but it's worth the quiet. It gets...
Fir Cove Campground
How does your own private cove sound? Fir Cove Campground is close enough! Surrounded by a forest of...
Bailey Canyon Campground
Bailey Canyon Campground is located near the banks of beautiful Ruth Lake, popular with boaters and...
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Blue Cottage
Jay
Jay: These cottages are awesome! The cottages are very spacious and both have a loft area and multiple...
Pumpkin Cottage
Peter
Peter: Otter Space is off the grid, through a Redwood forest and over a mountain down into the Klamath River...
Coffee Creek Ranch Cabins
Bill
Bill: Open from April 8th - November 25th, 2017. Our secluded cabins sit below the awesome view of Billy’s...
The Parlor Cabin
Sacha
Sacha: Humboldt Hideaway is a small off-the-grid LGBTQ queer homestead, but anyone is welcome. This 12 x 12...
Klamath Riverview Yurt
Nikki
Nikki: We had a lovely stay at this one of a kind yurt by the Klamath River. When we got there Wendy came out...
Orchard Meadow Camp
Jay
Jay: The meadow camps are situated in the nooks along the edge of the huge meadow under tall trees so...
Log Cabin
Joyce
Joyce: Historic, vernacular log cabin with a spacious deck over looking our healthy trout stream. Sleeps five...
Pantilokpom Cabin
Joyce
Joyce: Our 120 square foot cabin has a generous deck overlooking our pond. Watch carefully and you'll see...
A Redwood Wilderness Chalet
Clayton
Clayton: Staying at the Redwood Wilderness Chalet was a great experience! Although it takes a bit of effort to...
30' Yurt in the Trinity Alps
Gabriel
Gabriel: Staying at the Yurt in the Trinity Alps was an unforgettable experience. The Yurt sits about 50 yards...
Gold Bluffs Beach Campground
Monica
Monica: One of my absolute favorite campsites. Not mentioned here are the wild elk roaming around the campsite...
Jedediah Smith Redwoods Campground
Beth
Beth: Easily one of my favorite sites on a cross country trip from New York to Los Angeles. The river was...
Elk Prairie Campground
Nick
Nick: There are few campsites adjacent to the fields where the Elk graze, but the most beautiful sites are...
Upper Falls
Ben
Ben: The road is long and windy, and just when you feel like you're getting lost, you arrive at the most...
Maple Riverview
Meghan
Meghan: Otter Space is a fantastic place to camp. Getting there is a little difficult, since you basically...
 Coastal Cabin Mini Retreat
Emily
Emily: Coastal Cabin Mini Retreat is AWESOME!!!!!!! Such an awesome spot to stop in northern California, it's...
Lone Mountain Tipi Campground
Kim
Kim : We entered Lone Mountain Tipi Campground and checked in with Debbie at the office. She handed us some...
Trinity River Rough it Cabin
Colleen
Colleen: Cabin in the rough. A "green" off grid experience! Everything is solar or propane. Cabin not...
Shabby chic cottage in the wood
Meredith
Meredith: Shabby chic cottage was so cute and quaint and a lovely little place in the woods. We got there and...
Pantilokpom
Greg
Greg: We stayed at Pantilokpom with our two kids (4 and 6). There was a another group of campers and we had...