Plumas National Forest opens more recreation sites - July 3 Update

Developed recreation sites open July 1 include Little Beaver & Red Feather Campgrounds (Little Grass Valley Reservoir on the Feather River Ranger District) and, open on July 3, Gansner, North Fork* and Queen Lily* Campgrounds (Hwy 70/Feather River Canyon on the Mt Hough Ranger District. *Potable water for North Fork and Queen Lily is available at nearby Gansner Campground.

A list of all open Plumas NF developed recreation sites may be found here.

Reservation options for these campgrounds may be found at https://www.recreation.gov. See www.outdoorsinplumas.com for other information including fees and site amenities for many of the facilities.

Campfires are allowed at open Forest Service developed campgrounds but are not allowed outside developed sites (some exceptions apply). Portable propane campfire pits with shutoff valves are a handy substitute, with a valid CA campfire permit (http://www.preventwildfireca.org/Campfire-Permit/).

Forest visitors are asked to follow Center for Disease Control and Plumas County guidelines for recreating safely.

For a more complete list of fire restrictions see the Fire Use Restrictions Forest Order.

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