DILLON CREEK CAMPGROUND

Overview

Dillon Creek Campground sits along its namesake creek in the lush forests of northern California. Visitors enjoy a variety of water sports on the nearby Klamath River.

Recreation

The Klamath and Salmon Rivers offer excellent fishing, swimming and whitewater rafting opportunities.

Fishing for salmon and steelhead during the fall and early winter months is considered the finest in California. Hunting is also a popular pastime, with game including blacktail deer, black bear, blue grouse and quail.

Facilities

This campground has several single-family campsites, all equipped with picnic tables and campfire rings with grills. Vault toilets and drinking water are provided. A host may be on-site, and roads throughout the campground are paved.

Natural Features

The campground is situated in a forest of mixed hardwoods and conifers at an elevation of 1,780 feet. The Klamath River, a popular site for salmon fishing, runs alongside the site.From State Route 299 in Willow Creek, take State Route 96 north for 60.2 miles. The campground will be on the left side.

From Interstate 5 in northern California, take State Route 96 southwest, past Happy Camp, for 85.7 miles. The campground will be on the right side.530-629-4136N