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15 Reviews of 5 Auburn Lake Trails Campgrounds
First visit here. Our campsite was right on the river. We enjoyed our stay here and would likely return to lounge in the river during the summer. Nice trails to explore that run along the river’s edge. Easy trails for beginners.
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Came to Mineral Bar in late September and loved it. It's only about an hour from Sacramento, including that windy road down into the canyon. The river was VERY low, but it was still fun to play around and float away the hot early fall afternoon.
The sites are fairly small and the campground…
When you’re here it’s a great campground. We’re in an okay spot, small and angled funky but still it’s a wonderful place. I love the arcade and ice cream parlor and they sell ice. Everyone is kind and accommodating. The only catch is that your first visit you sit through a 1.5 hour long…
Poor hookups, no sewer, roads not paved, dusty. Extreme fire hazard with only one way out
It is a very nice, little campground. Sites were okay. Not spacious but not too tight either. The lake was warm and it can get a little breezy in the afternoon. Make sure to bring a kayak or SUP board to enjoy the lake. The only con was there were too many duck poop everywhere especially on the…
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Very nice area beautiful lake definitely reccomend bringing ear plugs as the nature in the morning is a very early alarm clock over all a great site that we will come back to
We stayed there for a weekend in late March and it was gorgeous! The only thing is most of the good spots were closed off. There was only one really good spot with shade that was more secluded than the others so I would suggest getting there early
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Only 15 minutes away (windy road) from Colfax, but feels so remote!
Beautiful mountain valley of north fork. Clean campsites right along road with bearboxes, picnic tables, and fire pits. Easy river access down the hill to rocky swimming pools. Water was COLD obviously in December haha. Many…
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First come first serve campsites, i went for a solo camp trip and loved it. I came in on a Thursday afternoon and snagged campsite #5. (Useful tip, BRING A PEN AND EXACT CASH) Upon arrival, scope out the place and and claim your spot by filling out the envelope with your name and vehicle…
Nice and quaint.
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It’s like a little piece of natural California has been preserved for those lucky enough to come across this place. Off-the-grid hosts are very friendly and helpful
Close to the n. fork of the American river. Lots of great swimming holes close by up river. Great hiking path opposite the camp ground going up river. ActivitIes Include fishing, hIkIng, and gold prospectIng. Camping fee Is $30 per site. Some spaces are large enough for a rv.
One of my favorite summer spots, great Access to the American River. Site has pit toilets, fire rings, tables and bear lockers(have seen several bears)
never crowded and has a great view. small town community has occasional events going on too. great little lake for a weekend getaway. also there's a nice lakesude cafè. Did I mention the sites are huge?