About Yubas Pass Campground
Yuba Pass Campground is located in the North Yuba River area, atop Yuba Pass on Highway 49. Visitors enjoy a wide variety of recreational activities in the area, including birding, hiking, hunting, fishing and gold panning. Natural Features: A forest of old-growth fir provides ample shade for campsites. A variety of wildlife make its home in the area. Recreation: Bird watching is a favorite activity on Yuba Pass. The peaceful and scenic surroundings attract a wide variety of birds, including sandhill cranes, hermit warblers, black-backed woodpeckers, sapsuckers, calliope hummingbirds, sooty grouse, northern pygmy-owls, mountain quail, bald eagles, osprey, hawks and geese. A large network of trails is available in the area, including the Pacific Crest Trail. Facilities: The campground offers several single-family campsites. Each site is equipped with a picnic table and campfire ring. Vault toilets and drinking water are provided. Nearby Attractions: The nearby Lakes Basin area offers boating, fishing and hiking and more than 30 miles of maintained trails. Many of the trails are also open to biking and horseback riding. On the water, visitors enjoy boating and fishing. Anglers will find rainbow and brook trout in many of the lakes throughout the basin. A boat ramp is located at Gold Lake. ACTIVITIES Biking: Mountain Biking Boating Fishing Hiking Hunting Swimming Site
USDA Forest Service
Yubas Pass Campground is located in California
Physical Address: From Sierraville, travel south on Highway 49 for 11 miles. Turn left at the entrance to the snow park and continue about a quarter-mile to the campground entrance, which is on the right side of the road. Mailing Address & Phone Number displayed at the bottom on Recreation.gov is for mailing purpose, not campground.
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