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Camp Freedom

3 sites · RVs, Tents3 acres · Alturas, CA
Learn more about this land: TAKE NOTE: I have turned off the pump house for the winter. If you plan on camping there, you will need to bring your own water and be prepared for freezing temperatures. The water will be turned back on next spring around March. Thank you! The recreation opportunities in the Alturas CA area are endless, fishing, hiking biking, hunting, boating and OHV. The camping site has nearly 3 acres with a view of the town of Alturas and is a great place to kick back and enjoy the atmosphere of fresh air and juniper trees. There are flat usable campsites around the property and one portion of the property is fenced for horses (bring your own water trough). The property is approximately 3 minutes from downtown Alturas with restaurants and stores. The sleepy town is a perfect place to hang out and relax at the big park in town behind the VFW Hall on Main Street, have refreshments at the two bars in town or try your luck at the Desert Rose Casino. The Wildlife Refuge has a self driving tour where you can see all kinds of birds and wildlife. Take a drive outside town to the "Ranches" to see deer, antelope, eagles and various waterfowl! Alturas is a high desert area with wonderful views of the Warner Mountains and has an enchanting feel to it. Temperatures in the summer rarely get over 100 degrees, mostly low 90's, and in the fall the cool nights make for great sleeping. Pop over Cedar Pass to Cedarville which is about 20 minutes away to check out the newly designated "Dark Sky" area. Come up and hang out in this very cool and special place, you will not want to leave!!  The town of Alturas is also in the coveted X hunting zones, X3a, X3b and X2, for those of you who like to hunt. Two sites have full hook ups and the small trailer site on the above pad (see trailer picture) has electric only.  During the winter, the pump house is turned off and drained due to freezing temperatures and the risk of blowing a pipe, so campers must bring their own water during November through March.  Please ask if there are changes in these dates for the water hook ups.
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Phewpine Ranch

4 sites · RVs, Tents37 acres · Lakeview, OR
Basecamp for woods adventures in the Fremont-Winema National Forest, located on the Oregon Timber Trail and Fremont National Recreation Trail. Mountain biking, primitive backcountry bikepacking, hiking, fishing. Bare land suitable for tent camping or smaller RVs with high clearance - look for mud first if it's early season! Learn more about this land: 30+ acres of bare land nestled in the Warner Mtns between Lakeview and Plush, Oregon. Flat land with no amenities, restrooms at sno-park half mile across HWY 140. Perfect self-contained basecamp for backcountry woods adventures, Oregon Timber Trail cuts right through the property about 27 miles from the southern start.  Trailheads in all directions, primitive backcountry mtn bike trails and hiking, gravel and road cycling, bikepacking, geocaching, and excellent fishing in the small creeks and ponds all within a few miles.
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Back of Beyond

2 sites · Lodging20 acres · Lakeview, OR
Welcome to Back of Beyond. We are the only year-round residents living off of Camas Prairie in the North Warner Mountains, perched at 5,700' elevation. We have owned this beautiful piece of ground since 1996. It has ponderosa and aspen forests with a few white firs, junipers, and willows along the seasonal creek. Wild flowers are all over these mountains from Spring through September. The Squirrelville cabin was built in the early 1920s by a Lake County judge. The Whitetail cabin was built just after WW2 and is fully plumbed w/ hot water and a redwood deck, perfect for gazing at the stars. We are a member of Dark Skies Oregon, there is no light pollution, and on a clear night you can see the Milky Way. Privacy and solitude are on tap here: We are up against the Fremont National Forest, a massive 2.4 million acre forest offering multiple hiking and walking trails & winter sports. Speaking of winter sports, Warner Canyon Ski Area and Camas Sno Park are only a 5 minute drive away. The road running along our property is part of the 50+ miles of trail through the North Warner Mountain range, and into California. Love biking? It is also part of the new Timber Mountain Bike trail, as well as the Oregon Natural Desert Association alternative route to Lakeview. If you're looking to take home some of Oregon’s finest sunstones, South Central and Southeastern Oregon are the only areas in the world where the gem-graded sunstones with copper inclusions are found. Better yet, the Sunstone Public Collection Area is only an hour and 45 minutes away from camp. We are a mere 10 miles from the wide open spaces of the Great Basin, and a short drive to Hart Mt. Antelope Refuge. You get 2 ecosystems for the price of one! Hart Mountain Hot Springs and Petroglyph Lake are all an easy day trip away. Discover the largest concentration of Native petroglyphs in the entire state of Oregon, on and around Hart Mountain. Native Americans have lived in this area for over 10,000 years. Fishing enthusiasts will be happy to hear that native Red Band trout are in many water ways close by. Fly-fishing on Deep Creek and Vee Lake, or lure fishing for crappie and bass in the Warner Lakes, as well as Drew's and Cottonwood Reservoirs, Dog Lake, and Goose Lake. Seasonal wild flowers and bird watching are all very close at hand. Bird watch at the foot of Hart Mountain in the Warner Valley, where a series of lakes and wetlands form part of the Western Flyway for migrating birds. There are trails and blinds for bird watchers. Our water is pure Artesian spring water that we do not need to touch w/ chemicals.
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Camp Marchy

6 sites · RVs60 acres · Lake City, CA
Centered in the heart of Surprise Valley, Camp Marchy provides camping for Squirrel Hunters, Mule Deer Hunting (x3B), outdoor recreation with close access to Modoc National Forest, Oregon and Nevada. Many lakes and Creeks in the area provide trout fishing opportunities, not to mention hiking, 4 wheeling, cross country skiing and other Winter Sports. Surprise Valley, where the pavement ends and the West begins……
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Sheila M.’s Land

8 sites · RVs7 acres · Lakeview, OR
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Nicky’s Camp Site

1 site · RV1 acre · Alturas, CA
This land has a beautiful view of the valley below and it’s surrounded by beautiful pine trees and pondsLearn more about this land:This beautiful mountain lot is in the California Pines development which surrounded by the 2 million acre Modoc National Forest. Alturas, is located on the Pit River, east of the center of Modoc County, with a population of 2,700. It is on US 395 and about 50 miles south of the Oregon border and minutes away from Cal Pines. The California Pines lodge is 10 miles southwest of Alturas off of Centerville Road and sits next to the 256 acre Cal Pines Lake. The elevation in the Hill Units varies from 5,000 to 6,400 feet. The Hill Units cover an area of 20,000 acres. Within minutes of your new property you will be able to hunt, fish, hike, ride mountain bikes, camp, boat, four wheel drive, snowmobile, ski, golf, wildlife & bird watch, picnic and explore the Modoc National Forest. Also you are just a 90 minute drive from Mt. Shasta ski resort and only about a 3 hour drive from Reno. THE PROPERTY: This beautiful parcel is on Ashley Road in Hill Unit 3. You can drive right on this nice level lot with native grasses and scattered Ponderosa pines. Camp and enjoy the great view of the valley below and the Warner mountains to the east. It is timbered with Ponderosa Pine. You can take the kids to nearby Rainbow Pond which is stocked with rainbow trout and Canyon Creek or for a swim at the Lodge.
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Joines Rd Property

4 sites · RVs, Tents1 acres · Adin, CA
Discover the Beauty of Modoc County: A Land of Endless Possibilities Welcome to Joines Rd , a captivating piece of land that presents a rare opportunity to create your dream camping vacation in a stunning natural setting. Spanning acres, this remarkable parcel of land is a blank canvas awaiting your vision and imagination. Land Highlights: 1. Breathtaking Natural Surroundings: - Nestled in the heart of Modoc California, this land boasts picturesque views of rolling hills, and majestic mountains. - Immerse yourself in the beauty of nature as you explore the diverse landscapes, lush forests, or meandering trails that surround the property. 2. Endless Development Potential: - With [Land Size] acres at your disposal, the possibilities for development are limitless. Whether you envision an exquisite estate, a thriving farm, or a tranquil retreat, this land provides a blank canvas for your aspirations. - The land's expansive size allows for the creation of multiple structures, spacious gardens, recreational facilities, or any other elements that enhance your desired lifestyle. 3. Privacy and Seclusion: - Experience a sense of tranquility and seclusion as you escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. This land offers a peaceful retreat where you can immerse yourself in the serenity of nature. - The surrounding trees, natural barriers, or strategic positioning of the land ensure utmost privacy, allowing you to enjoy your oasis undisturbed. 4. Convenient Location: - Despite its secluded ambiance, offers convenient access to nearby amenities, ensuring a harmonious blend of natural solitude and modern convenience. - Enjoy proximity to [mention nearby attractions, shopping centers, schools, or transportation hubs], allowing for easy access to daily necessities and recreational activities. 5. Utilities and Infrastructure: - [Describe the availability or proximity of utilities and infrastructure to the land, such as water, electricity, road access, or other relevant amenities]. - [If applicable, mention any existing structures, wells, or utilities on the land that may facilitate development]. 6. Investment Opportunity: - Acquiring this exceptional land presents an excellent investment opportunity. Whether you plan to develop it immediately or hold it as an asset, the potential for future appreciation is promising. Do not miss the chance to transform this remarkable land into a reflection of your dreams and aspirations. Whether you envision an idyllic countryside escape, an equestrian estate, or a sustainable agricultural venture, [Land Location] offers the canvas to bring your vision to life. To explore the endless possibilities that await on this captivating land, schedule a visit and witness firsthand the beauty and potential it holds. Contact us today to embark on your journey towards creating a legacy on this remarkable piece of land. Joe M. Kappia II
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Starry Nights And Adventurous Days

1 site · RV, Tent1 acre · California Pines, CA
Lot Acres: 0.920 Google Maps Location: 41°25'10.4"N 120°42'17.2"W Property is near an airstrip, quite a few ponds and lakes that are stocked yearly with fish and is fairly level for building. Modoc County is a great place for a vacation home or get away cabin with tons of recreational possibilities and lots of peace and quiet. There's a mix of owner occupants and vacationers who visit California Pines to enjoy the great outdoors. California Pines has a lake and several fishing ponds, which are stocked by the state of California 2-3 times a year with trout. The community also has a lodge, campgrounds, a mobile home park and an airstrip. California Pines Lake Units Fact Sheet: The Lake Units are located at an elevation of 4,300 feet in mostly meadow pasture land type of property. The California Pines Lake is 256 acres and next to it sits the California Pines Lodge, a 4,400 feet airstrip, and campground. The lodge consists of 8,000 square feet including a restaurant and lounge as well as 28 motel units and a swimming pool and recreation room. CALIFORNIA PINES in Modoc County is a beautiful community surrounded by 2 million acres of the Modoc National Forest in Northern California. California Pines is a peaceful and uncrowded retreat... with green meadows, towering pines and trickling streams. It's a place to get away from the stress of the big city. If you want to get back to nature, if you want to escape and become part of a tranquil and laid-back community, then come to California Pines and escape to this outdoor paradise. THE CALIFORNIA PINES LODGE sits on a small peninsula surrounded by California Pines Lake and features 28 rooms for guests, a restaurant and cocktail lounge, activity room with big-screen TV, ping-pong and pool tables. There is also a banquet room with a magnificent double-sided, oversized fire-pit, which also warms the reception area of the lodge. The grounds of the lodge include a swimming pool and two paddle-tennis courts. . FOOD & ENTERTAINMENT ... Enjoy a wonderful break from the city life as you feast at the California Pines Lodge overlooking the lake. The lodge restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner seven day a week. The cocktail lounge is open every day until the wee hours of the night, serving up some of the best drinks, local gossip, pool, ping-pong and big screen television for the sports events.
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Modoc Camp

2 sites · RVs2 acres · California Pines, CA
Learn more about this land:Beautiful off the grid camping in beautiful Modoc National Forest nestled in the woods is an adventures oasis with many lakes and rivers within driving distance this is a lovely retreat.You can bring your family and friends or you can come and enjoy the piece and quiet alone whichever you decide bring your pets as there as welcome as you are
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Husky Mountain Boondocking

2 sites · RVs, Tents1 acre · California Pines, CA
1.1 acres of raw land, trees and a seasonal creek. Many dirt roads to go off roading, hiking or walking on. 8 miles from the town of Alturas, CA with 2 bars and several restaurants. Many small lakes nearby, Klamath Falls is only 1.5 hour drive. Near the community of Cal Pines, which has a lodge with a restaurant and bar.
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Looking to go camping near Cedarville, California? Hipcamp has over 68 options available in that area, with campsites starting as low as $15 per night. Check out some of the top campsites with rave reviews: Lassen Glampsite (No Electricity) (11 reviews), Linda's Loghouse (7 reviews), and Forest Camp, peaceful splendor (7 reviews). These campsites offer popular amenities like showers, potable water, and pet-friendly options. If you're into off-roading, climbing, or whitewater paddling, you'll find plenty of opportunities for adventure in the area. So pack your gear and get ready for an unforgettable camping experience!

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