Camping in Red Fir – Eldorado National Forest, CA

Red Fir CampgroundSituated in the pine trees behind a gate on the north side of Loon Lake, Red Fir Campground is a tent-only group campground offering a semi-private recreation experience for a small group (up to 25) of tent campers (no trailers). Popular activities in the area include four-wheel driving on the Rubicon 4WD trail, hiking, wilderness backpacking (day permits are available at the Loon Lake Trailhead and overnight permits are available at the Eldorado Information Center), fishing, boating, mountain biking, and motorcycle riding. The facility is on the north side of the road so it is not directly on the lake but can be reached by a short walk.

Red Fir Campground

Things To Do:

  • Camping
  • Boating
  • Fishing
  • Picnicking
  • Hiking
  • Backpacking
  • Mountain Biking

Red Fir Campground


Amenities:

  • Flush Toilets

 

 

Red Fir Campground

 

 

Special Notes:
Reservations must be made at least 4 days in advance.
No trailers allowed.
Pets must be on a leash at all times. It is a county law and helps protect pets from wildlife.

Red Fir Campground

Address:
Red Fir (CA)
ELDORADO
Phone Park for More Information: (530)647-5415

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
39.00222, -120.3125

Driving direction:
Highway 50 east of Placerville approximately 21 miles to Ice House Road at river take a left, go north 28 miles to fork. Take a right, go 9 miles to Red Fir Group campground. On north shore of Loon Lake between first and second dam.

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About TDavis

Loves outdoors and the nature. Always tries to find new places to visit and share with others. Connect with Google+
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