Pearch Creek Campground lies just north of the small town of Orleans in the Klamath river valley of the Six Rivers National Forest. Lush foliage provides welcome shade and relative privacy for each of the campground's sites.
Salmon and steelhead fishing in the nearby Klamath River is considered some of the best in northern California. Both Kalamath and Salmon Rivers are popular destinations for whitewater rafting, swimming and kayaking. Both are within a short drive.
The campground offers several single-family campsites, suitable for both tent and RV-style camping. Each site has picnic tables and campfire rings with grills. Many have rock camp stoves as well. Vault toilets and drinking water are provided.
The campground is located in a mature Douglas fir and hardwood forest. The sound of nearby Pearch Creek can be heard from most sites and the campground remains shady and cool during hot summer days. Moss-covered rocks and tree trunks add to the cooling atmosphere of Pearch Creek.
Trailheads to the Marble Mountain Wilderness
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the campground is well shaded and next to a very clear and cold creek. the times ive visited, it has been deserted save for the occasional host. nice and quiet.
Fairly large campground with large Fir trees that provide shade during the day. The creek runs next to the campground which provides wonderful water sounds all night. Swimming in the nearby Salmon River is a great way to spend a hot July day.