Silver Mountain

Portola, California



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Pines abound! Near the rolling middle fork of the Feather River

Camp a stones throw from the middle fork of the Feather River, in a spacious clearing or choose a spot of your own. Stay on property to explore or venture off to visit many other lakes and rivers within a 20 min drive. Visit
Graeagle or Quincy for other recreation and/or dinning. Bike into the Town of Portola for pizza or supplies.


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  • Hike to Little Jamison Falls

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