Feather River Ranger District
Feather River is located between Oroville and Quincy in Plumas County. The district features tent camping and access to the highest used trail on the Plumas National Forest, the 8 mile Feather Falls National Recreation Trail which leads visitors to 640 ft. Feather Falls, the highest waterfall in California. The Middle Fork of the Feather River, one of the first nationally designated wild and scenic rivers, offers 93 miles of differing levels of river recreation experiences.
Isolated Single Family Campground Sites
Feather Falls Campground & Trailhead
Feather Falls Campground, elevation 2,500 feet, is located 26 miles northeast of Oroville, CA off Lumpkin Road. The campground offers five single campsites each with fire ring and picnic table. There is 1 double vault toilet with a security light in the toilet. Potable water is available.
Golden Trout Campground
Golden Trout Campground, elevation 4,000 feet, is approximately 17 miles east of Lake Oroville off Forest Service Road 22N24. It is in the vicinity of Strawberry Valley and is located along the South Fork of the Feather River. The campground offers thirteen single campsites each with picnic table and fire rings. There are three single vault toilets, hand-pump for potable water and a self-serve fee station.
Little North Fork Campground
Little North Fork Campground, elevation 4,000 feet, is a remote, small, no fee campground located 35 miles northeast of Oroville, CA off Forest Service Road 23N15. This campground offers 8 single campsites with picnic tables and fire rings. There is one single vault toilet. Potable drinking water is available.
Milsap Bar Campground
Milsap Bar Campground, elevation 1,600 feet, is located 32 miles northeast of Oroville, CA off the Oro-Quincy Highway then 9 miles from Brush Creek on the Forest Service Road 22N62. There are 12 single campsites with picnic table, fire rings and stove or grill. Potable water is not available.
Rogers Cow Campground
Rogers Cow Campground, elevation 4,000 feet, is located 27 miles northeast of Oroville, CA off Highway 119 and Forest Service Road 23N15. The small, remote campground features six single campsites each with a picnic table, fire rings and food lockers. There is one single vault toilet and a potable hand-pump water station.