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Small but popular State Park in the Gold Rush Country of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Large Sequoia redwood trees, Visitors Center, nature trails, 2 large campgrounds, Stanislaus River access, hiking trailheads and picnic spots. Summer and weekends are usually busy. Plan your visit on weekdays or off-season for less crowds.
on fire roads only
|May - October
& stagecoach rides
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Plenty of nature to enjoy. Dirt roads heading off north &
south from Highway 4. (CA State Route 4)
Take you pick, follow one & enjoy the forest.
2 large developed campgrounds with over 30 spots at each. (reservations accepted)
Primitive Camp Sites
The only primitive camping inside the state park is way of backpacking into the nearby backcountry. For car camping and free of charge camping, try driving dirt roads close in neighboring Stanislaus National Forest.
Across the Highway SR4, Forest Service Rd#5N23
Nearby Board Crossing Road #52 becomes Forest Service Rd #5N02
State Park has nature trail & some guided tours in summer. Day hiking trails and backpacking wilderness areas.
Scenic Meadows &
Tons of Trees, Big & Small. Photo Credit ©