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East Fork Campground

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USDA Forest Service

Klamath National Forest

East Fork campground has 6 campsites right on the confluence of the East and South forks of the Salmon River. There is no water and no garbage services here, but there is a vault toilet available.

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  • ADA Access
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3 Reviews

Reviewed Aug. 17, 2022

Beautiful Canyon

Well kept campground on Rock Creek. Clean, flushable bathrooms. 120+ campsites, multiple hosts. Several creekside sites reserved as first come first serve. 3 mile hike (lovely with only one short strenuous incline) to Rock Creek Lake. Definitely hike to see the collection of little lakes. Not too hot, cold at night along the creek. Be prepared to utilize bear box.

Month of VisitSeptember
Rosie H.
Reviewed May. 30, 2021

Clean bathrooms

The spot I was in was small and nestled in a grove of aspen trees. The bear locker was well maintained and the fire ring was double walled. There were flush toilets with working lights and the tent pad was level.

Its a short drive to some great hikes, but the campground itself was too busy and too close to the highway to use as a good starting point.

Month of VisitJune
Reviewed Sep. 6, 2018

Secluded Campground

Nice little campground right next to a pretty river.  When I stayed I was the only one at the campground.  The sites are near the road but it seemed to have light usage and I never heard cars in the night.  

No running water (unless you filter from the river) and no trash services, just a pit toilet.

This campground is a great place to stay before heading into the Trinity Alps.  A 20 minute drive on a dirt road leads to the China Gultch Trailhead, a popular trail leading to Grizzly Lake.

I would definitely recommend this site to anyone headed into the Alps.

  • Review photo of East Fork Campground by Jack L., September 6, 2018


East Fork Campground is located in California

Detail location of campground


From Callahan, take the Callahan-Cecilville road heading south for approx. 27 miles to the campground.


41.15400053 N
123.10900036 W

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