Indian Valley Area

Area Status: Open
This area is Open
 

Campgrounds managed by Outdoors in Plumas   

Just north of Quincy in Plumas County, the Indian Valley includes fishing, hiking, swimming, picnicking and camping in the Plumas National Forest. This portion of Highway 89, just north of Quincy connects two major scenic highway routes. Plumas County's "Scenic Byway Link" travels through the quiet, historic communities of Canyon Dam, Greenville, Crescent Mills, and Taylorsville and is a connection between "Feather River National Scenic Byway" on Hwy 70, just north of Quincy and the “Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway", which begins at the northern boundary of the Plumas National Forest. This route makes for great scenic driving throughout the year, but is widely known for its spectacular full fall splendor. Also located in the Indian Valley is the Round Valley Reservoir located three miles above Greenville, which is a warm water fishery containing bass and bluegill.   It’s a popular place for fishing and picnicking, and is nearby to the Greenville campground. The area is also great for bicycling.

At a Glance

Reservations: Sites can be reserved online at www.Recreation.gov or by calling 1-877-444-6777.
Fees $25.00 per night;    $8.00 extra vehicle fee
Closest Towns: 1 mile north of the town of Greenville, the Greenville Campground is approximately 9 miles from Lake Almanor on Hwy 89.
Information Center: Mt. Hough Ranger District  39696 Hwy 70  Quincy, Ca 95971   (530) 283-0555

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Directions:

1 mile north of the town of Greenville, the Greenville Campground is approximately 9 miles from Lake Almanor on Hwy 89.


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