About West Branch Campground
During the Great Depression the Civilian Conservation Corps built a camp here for the crews building the Greyback Road. Later it became a fire guard station and camp for fire crews and finally a public campground. The 10 family campsites are scattered along the West Branch of Indian Creek. There is lots of shade and camping guidebooks refer to it as quiet, secluded and tranquil. ACTIVITIES Auto Touring: This is the last Forest Service campground on the State of Jefferson Scenic Byway before the Oregon border. Camping: Paved road to this secluded site 20 minutes from Happy Camp. Recreational Vehicles: Small RV's and trailers are welcome at West Branch Campground. Sites are shady and quiet. Wildlife Viewing: A good area for bird watching and deer. Swimming: Swimming, wading and water play off the gravel bar in the West Branch of Indian Creek.
USDA Forest Service
West Branch Campground is located in California
From Happy Camp go north on Indian Creek Rd/Forest Service Road 48 approx. 12 miles to the campground on the right.
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