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Potable water not available at Antelope Lake’s Boulder & Lone Rock campgrounds

Potable water not available at Antelope Lake’s Boulder and Lone Rock campgrounds - Long Point Campground unaffected QUINCY, Calif – July 28, 2017 – Water systems work until they don’t. At least, that’s the case with the system that serves Antelope Lake’s Boulder Creek and Lone Rock Campgrounds in t...

Six Rivers readies campgrounds for summer

EUREKA, California, May 18, 2017 – Despite the long, wet winter and spring throughout the North Coast area, Six Rivers National Forest recreation staff have been hard at work getting most of the forest’s campgrounds ready to open by Memorial Day weekend. “Like everyone else, I’m looking forward to ...

Public Safety Comes First On Bass Lake Ranger District Campgrounds

North Fork, CA. February 10, 2017 - The unprecedented tree mortality in the Sierra National Forest has created a high number of hazard trees within the Bass Lake Ranger District’s campgrounds. In recognition of how important a role these campgrounds are to the community, county, valley and beyond, s...
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