Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Unknown
Water Unknown
About Ramhorn Springs Campground

Ramhorn Springs is a small water source located in a high desert setting that has been utilized by travelers and ranchers for many years. A 10 unit campground has been constructed adjacent to it. The facilities include an informational kiosk, picnic tables, fire rings, trash cans, a horse corral and one vault toilet.

The surface in the campground is packed earth and gravel. There is no potable water. There is no fee for the use of the campground but a donation is requested to assist with the routine maintenance costs. There is not much shade in the campground, therefore the most enjoyable time to visit this campground is during the cooler months of the year. Campground is open all year, however, access is limited during wet weather.

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Bureau of Land Management
Drive In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Fires Allowed
No Market
Picnic Table
Trash Available
Ramhorn Springs Campground is located in California
40.7088 N
-120.2548 W
Get Directions
From Susanville: Travel north on U. S. Highway 395 approximately 45 miles. The access road is approximately 2.4 miles north of the California Department of Transportation Roadside Rest Area. Turn east (right) onto BLM Road 26000. Travel approximately 2.5 miles. The campground will be adjacent to the road on your left. BLM Road 26000 is an unimproved dirt road that can become impassable as a result of wet weather. The road is passable by vehicles pulling trailers but can be rough and dusty.
2 Reviews of Ramhorn Springs Campground
Shaded campground with Juniper Trees and rugged rocks by a small stream

Brilliantly quiet and peaceful campground. Hardly ever more than a few campers, never full. Located 3miles down a gravel road, drivable by even a compact car. Cottonwood and Willow trees surround small stream that runs through the entire campground. Easy access to OHV trails nearby. Each site has tables and a fire pit. Also, 2 contraptions to hang hunted animals. Spotty Verizon service, no ATT reception. Vault toilet bathroom very clean but smelly!! This is a FREE campground, and in order to keep it that way, we must collectively treat it well by following Leave No Trace principles. There are trash receptacles on site, but hunters are instructed to take animals remains and dump OUTSIDE of campground.

First to Review

Beautiful campground not too far off of 395. Stayed one night passing through. Free campground with pit toilets. Stayed on a Thursday lots of spaces open. Was able to back in our 19 foot trailer. Road in was a dirt road fine for the most part with a few ruts.