Bloomfield Campground / Ebbetts Pass area

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Bloomfield Campground / Highway 4

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Area: Yes, I slipped over the pass, and it is no longer the “Eastern Slopes”, but how could I not squeeze this one in when it is so close to Ebbetts Pass!

Stanislaus National Forest

Administered by: Calaveras Ranger District, (209) 795-1381

Elevation: 7,800

Setting: The campsites are located in a timbered setting along the banks of the North Fork of the Mokelumne River near Highlands Lake.

Season Length: Subject to weather conditions, 

Number of sites: 20

Fee: $8.

RV sites:  Yes   RV’s up to:  16-feet  Trailers are not recommended   No Hook-ups   Garbage: Pack-it-out!

Toilets: Vault    Water: Yes, hand-pump well     Picnic tables and fire rings    

Nearest town: West to Arnold or East to Markleeville

Nearby facilities: West to Arnold or East to Markleeville

Nearby fishing: North Fork Mokelumne River or Highlands Lake

Reservations:  No

Additional information:  Pets must be kept on a leash.  Please note that the dates and prices below are subject to change and reflect 2007 data.  If listed, the campground opening dates are approximate due to weather conditions.

Directions: From Highway 395, turn north on Highway 89.  Drive ____ miles to the junction with Highway 4.  Turn left (west) and drive ______miles to Ebbetts Pass.  Continue 1.5 miles west over the pass and turn left on Highland Lakes Road.  Drive two miles to the campground entrance on the right.


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This page contains a single entry by David Archer published on March 30, 2008 12:03 PM.

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