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Martins Dairy Campground

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National Forest

Klamath National Forest

One quarter of a mile north of the main campground is Martin's Dairy Horse Camp. There are 4 campsites and 4 small adjoining corrals that will hold one horse each with shared water tank in the middle. Trailer turn around and parking is limited.

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Reviewed Jul. 31, 2018

Beautifully secluded

I knew nothing about this place before going here. I was just here as a base camp to scout for elk, which I saw none of, for an upcoming hunting trip. This place was absolutely beautiful! They offer day use, horse use, and overnight use. The overnight use has 6 available spots at $10/day which is a deal given that the sites are ample with awesome picnic benches and fire pits. I’m never excited to use a campsite bathroom but this was immaculate and never smelled. Cleanest public bathroom I have ever encountered. There is a small stream that flows through the area coming from a beautiful meadow. All sorts of wildlife loves to visit, even deer. The camp is surrounded by a barbed wire fence to keep cows out, I’m assuming. There are cattle guards at both entrances of the site as well. This is my new favorite spot.

Month of VisitAugust


Martins Dairy Campground is located in California

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From I-5 in Weed, CA travel northwest on US Hwy 97 approx 28 miles to Forest Service Road 70 ( 1 mile south of Mount Hebron summit), turn west approx 11 miles to Forest Service Road 46N12. Turn left on 46N12 for 2 miles to the campground. From the North, traveling south on Hwy. 97, turn west (right) approximately 3.8 miles south of the town of Macdoel on the Ball Mtn. Road, continue on the Ball Mtn road for 6.4 miles to the intersection of Forest Route 70, turn north (right) on Forest Route 70 for 4.1 miles to Forest Service Road 46N12. Turn left on 46N12 for 2 miles to the campground.


41.79600095 N
122.20500075 W

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