UPDATE August, 2018: The bridge accessing Wildcat Campground and Day Use Area has a 5 ton load limit. This is the only access to this area. This quiet and cool forested campground is one of the more popular fee campgrounds on the Ochoco National Forest because it is relatively close to town, yet provides an escape from the intense desert heat in the summer months. It is located near Mill Creek Wilderness and gives campers opportunities to see old growth dependent species, such as the pileated woodpecker, and hike the Twin Pillars non-motorized trail. Twin Pillars Trailhead is located adjacent to the campground providing access to Mill Creek Wilderness and Twin Pillars Trail (#832). View a map of Wildcat Campground.
I love wild cat! It sits right on the edge of the Wildcat wilderness area, a beautiful and rugged piece of nature.