The Camp 32 campground is located 15 miles southwest of Eureka off Pinkham Creek road 7182. The campground 8 sites with tables, fire rings. Accomodating up to a 20' rv. Amenities include potable water, vault toilets and a large open field.
Camp 32 was a logging camp established in 1924 by the Bonners Ferry Lumber Company and operated for approximately 2 years. The land was acquired from early homesteader, Margaret Durall. The site included several out buildings. A company store and several small cabins.
At a Glance
July 27, 2011
Pinkham Creek Road 7182 has washed out and the campground is unaccessible from Hwy 37. The campground can be reached from the NE side using Orthorp Lake Road.
The campground is managed from Memorial Day through Labor Day, but is available all year to visitors. Access is dependent upon weather conditions.
$0.00 Pack in/Pack out
14 day stay limit on all National Forest System Lands
Pets are welcome, but must be leashed.
Lighting of fireworks is not allowed on National Forest System Lands.
Potable water from a hand pump
Directions: From Eureka follow Hwy 37 southwest for approximately 12 miles. Turn left onto forest road 7182 and follow for approximately 2.5 miles to the campground entrance.
Dump facilities, laundry, gas, ice and store are located in Trout Creek. Dump facilities can also be found at Rexford Bench Campground.
Camping & Cabins
River and Stream Fishing
Fish species include brook, rainbow and westslope cutthroat trout.