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Pine Mountain Lookout – Mendocino National Forest

Pine Mountain Lookout – Mendocino National Forest

Pine Mountain Lookout was originally constructed in 1933 to protect area lumber mills from fire. This historic lookout remained in operation through the mid-1940’s. Today, visitors to the Mendocino National Forest may rent this historic lookout for overnight use. Reservations can be made through the National Recreation Reservation Service, http://www.Recreation.gov. This lookout is accessible by road and is located approximately 20 miles north of the town of Upper Lake, and approximately 9 miles south west of Lake Pillsbury Recreation Area,…

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Klamath River RV Park

Klamath River RV Park

RV Park located on the edge of the Klamath River with all the amenities you would expect. Adjacent California Redwoods Parks, ocean beaches, world-class salmon fishing, beautiful scenery, wildlife viewing, many attractions all close by. Good Sam and Woodall’s rated Park. We provide clean free restrooms and showers, tent sites on the edge of the river, large grass spaces many with river views, we can handle large rigs up to 60 ft., full hook-ups at every site including cable TV,…

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Crescent City Redwoods KOA

Crescent City Redwoods KOA

Totaling over 18 acres of which there are 12 acres of actual redwood forest environmentally managed by the owners to give guests an opportunity to experience the uniqueness of camping under a canopy of tall redwoods. The redwood forest section of the campground offers guests the opportunity to stay in camping cabins, tent sites and small RV’s in sites that have not disturbed the natural growth and beauty of the forests. Guests are given information upon registration about where they…

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Camp Kimtu

Camp Kimtu

Camp Kimtu is a very nice campground. Kimtu Beach is directly on the Trinity River so swimming and sunbathing are possible. The campsite itself has places for tents and also offers toilets and showers. Each spot can be used for a maximum of 4 days. This quiet location is great for recreation and wildlife viewing. Number of Camp Sites: 11 Campground Style Semi-Developed Maximum Number of People Cabin or Fire Lookout May Accommodate: 60 Nightly Fee: Individual camp sites –…

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