Camp at Red Mountain Campground

Rate this Adventure San Francisco Red Mountain Campground

Added by Bureau of Land Management - California

Located an hour outside of Clear Lake, camp at Red Mountain. Remember to bring drinking water!

Red Mountain has 10 units, toilets, barbecue grates, and picnic tables. There is no potable water at this time.

To get there, from Ukiah, exit U.S. 101 South at Talmage Road, then 1.5 miles east to Eastside Road. Turn right and proceed 0.3 mile to Mill Creek Road. Follow Mill Creek Road 5 miles to staging area, veer right where road forks (there is a directional sign) and continue 2.5 miles to Red Mountain Campground. 

This campground is dog-friendly. For more info, head the BLM Website

Pack List

  • Drinking Water
  • Tent
  • Sleeping Bag
  • Sleeping Pad
  • Food
  • Camp Cookware


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Activities:

Camping, Chillin

Skill Level:

Beginner

Season:

Year Round

Features:

Dog Friendly
Easy Parking

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Added by Bureau of Land Management - California

We manage 15.2 million acres of public lands in California.

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