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Wakalu Hep Yo (wild River) Campground

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About This Campground

USDA Forest Service

Stanislaus National Forest

Campground open, water and services provided. Primitive camping allowed - Pack it in, Pack it out. For over 2000 years the Miwuk people lived seasonally in this canyon, gathering food, and fishing the river. The Miwuk word WaKaLuu means river and Hep Yoo describes an untamed or wild force of…

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1 Review of Wakalu Hep Yo (wild River) Campground

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Carter B.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 9, 2021

Nice spots next to the river

Once my go to spot years ago, this place can get a bit crazy now! This hidden gem has a great lay out with tent only sites up front and spots for RVs and tents around the loop in the back - all sites have tables and fire rings are fairly close to several pit toilets and water spigots. There are…

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Month of VisitJune

Location

Wakalu Hep Yo (wild River) Campground is located in California

Directions

Highway 4 to Dorrington, northeast on Boards Crossing Road.

Coordinates

38.3220636 N
120.21855818 W

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