Plumas Camping

Plumas National Forest Camping – Primitive Camp Sites

Spanish Creek, Quincy, CA

Spanish Creek, Quincy, CA

Plumas Camping

Listed below are primitive campgrounds w/ minimal facilities or open camping areas in Plumas National Forest. Plumas has excellent fishing as the big rivers & numerous creeks run thru this northern Sierra Nevada landscape. Open camping is allowed on almost any dirt road w/ a current campfire permit.

Brady’s Camp
[on Pine Creek near Argentine Rock] Hwy.70 Quincy, go 4 mi. west on Hwy.89/70. Head east on Squirrel Creek Rd. & go 8 mi. to the campground. Elevation 7200′ / Open May – October

Deanes Valley
[along Rock Creek] Hwy.70 Quincy, go 3.5 mi. west on Buck Lake Rd. Head south & 7 mi. to the campground. Elevation 4400′ / Open April – October

Ohio Valley – Seneca Road
[off Hwy 89 to southside] PrimitiveĀ forest camping near Lake Almanor. ATV trails, hunting. Creeks and river camping closer to Seneca. High clearance or 4WD may be needed on these dirt back roads – depending on snow and mud. There is plenty dirt roads back here to explore.

Snake Lake
[good fishing area] Hwy.70 Quincy, go 5 mi. west on Buck Lake Rd. Head north & 5 mi. to the campground at the lake. Elevation 4200′ / Open April – October

Snake Lake, California

Snake Lake, California