About Masterson Campground
Tucked away in the towering pines of the Mendocino National Forest, the Masterson Campground is perfect for your next big get-together. The large grassy meadows of the campground are surrounded by a dense blanket of forest, offering visitors an outdoor experience of tranquility and solitude. Natural Features: The Mendocino National Forest, Californias only national forest that is not crossed by a paved road, straddles the eastern spur of the Coastal Mountain Range in northwestern California, just a three-hour drive north of San Francisco and Sacramento. Sprinkled throughout the dense green forest are several lakes, offering visitors additional recreational opportunities against a stunning and secluded backdrop. Recreation: The campgrounds open meadow areas allow for group games and activities, and a large fire ring provides the perfect place for a nighttime campfire circle and smores session. Plaskett Lake, a short one-mile walk from the campground, offers a variety of trout for the fishing enthusiast, as well as canoeing and other non-motorized boating activities. Mendocino National Forests 913,306 acres of mountains and canyons allow for a variety of recreational opportunities, including hiking, backpacking, boating, fishing, hunting, nature study and off-highway vehicle riding. Whether its deer, birds, rabbits, chipmunks or perhaps the occasional bear, wildlife viewing is always a popular activity for visitors. The area is also an extremely popular destination during hunting season. Facilities: Masterson offers traditional primitive camping with the added convenience of toilets and running water. The site can hold up to 75 guests comfortably. Nearby Attractions: The nearby Plaskett Lake Campground can handle additional visitors for larger parties. ACTIVITIES Biking Fishing Hunting Wildlife Viewing
USDA Forest Service
Masterson Campground is located in California
From Interstate 5, take Exit 162 toward Willows. After about 23 miles turn right at the junction at County Road 306. Travel approximately four miles, then turn left onto 162/Forest Highway 7. After approximately 30 miles turn right at the Masterson Group Camp sign and follow the road for a quarter-mile to the gated entrance.
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