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Plumas National Forest Announces Upgrades to Spanish Creek Campground

Spanish Creek Campground upgrades -group campsites, family campsites and parking-   QUINCY, Calif – June 15, 2017 – Spanish Creek Campground features new upgrades including three group and four family campsites plus additional parking. Five miles west of Quincy, CA along the scenic Feather River Byway (CA Hwy 70), the popular Plumas National Forest campground has grown in popularity since it re-opened in 2014 following the Spanish Creek bridge reconstruction. Accommodating up to 25 people, each group camp includes drinking water, bear proof storage lockers, lantern posts and picnic tables with paved parking. New group sites can be reserved...

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Great Camping and Fishing Areas this Memorial Day Weekend Plumas National Forest

Plumas National Forest Has Access To Many Great Camping and Fishing Areas this Memorial Day Weekend Plumas National Forest – Quincy Ca – May 23, 2017 – Searching out your favorite recreation areas in Plumas National Forest over the coming Memorial Day Weekend can be as simple as knowing the elevation.  Speaking with the team at Plumas National Forest today we understand that conditions are improving quickly with this week’s warm sun, however, access to places like the Golds Lake Highway, Frazier Falls, and the entire Lakes Basin are not going to be available for the 2017 Memorial Day...

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Lunker Point Boat Ramp Re-Opens at Frenchman Lake

Rising Lake Levels Have Given Greater Access To Frenchman Lake QUINCY, CA – The Lunker Point boat ramp on the west shore of Frenchman Lake in eastern Plumas National Forest is now open. The facility has been closed for the past three years due to drought related, low water levels. Water levels are expected to remain high for the rest of the boating season due to abundant winter and spring moisture filling the lake to capacity (and beyond). Frenchman Lake is a popular destination for a wide variety of water recreation activities including boating, fishing, skiing, jet skiing, kayaking,...

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Inyo National Forest Seeks Input for Mammoth Base Land Exchange

The Inyo National Forest is seeking input for the proposed Mammoth Base Land Exchange. Mammoth Lakes Ca, August 24, 2016 – The Inyo National Forest invites the  public to share their input on proposed Mammoth Base Land Exchange. Under the proposed action, 30.6 acres of land would be transferred to the Mammoth Mountain Ski Area (MMSA). Twelve non-Federal parcels – totaling approximately 1,317.5 acres – would be transferred to the United States, to be managed by the US Forest Service. These private lands would be exchanged with the Inyo, Stanislaus, and Plumas National Forests. The purpose of the project is...

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Plumas National Forest to Open Historic Crocker Guard Station For Rental Aug. 1, 2016

Plumas National Forest adds Historic Facility to Recreational Opportunities List QUINCY, California – July 27, 2016 – The historic Crocker Guard Station will open to the public as a recreation rental on August 1, 2016. Located near the Lake Davis Recreation Area on the east side of the Plumas National Forest, this one-of-a-kind venue provides a unique opportunity for campers to experience life in the early days of the Forest Service, seen through the eyes of rangers and their families who lived at the guard station throughout the twentieth century. Hiking, biking, swimming, and fishing are just some of the activities...

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