Greenville Campground

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Overview

Greenville Campground (3,500 feet) is a small campground, located on Plumas National Forest on the edge of scenic Indian Valley near CA Hwy 70, approximately one mile from the historic town of Greenville, CA. Conveniently located, numerous attractions are an easy drive in almost any direction! 

Recreation

Beautiful Lake Almanor is a mere nine miles away, offering boating, swimming, hiking, biking, kayaking and fishing opportunities. In addition, fishing, kayaking, hiking and biking are less than five miles away at Round Valley Reservoir. Bird watching is a big attraction at both Round Valley and Lake Almanor. Biking and other sports equipment are available in nearby towns of Quincy & Chester. You might hire a bike van to drive you up the mountain and you can bike down!

Facilities

Eash campsite has a picnic table and fire ring. Water spigots are available throughout the campground.

Natural Features

The campground scenery is a mix of evergreen trees, ferns, grasses and shrubs. There is plenty of shade and a small, typically shallow, creek meanders behind the campground. Wildflowers dot the area in the spring.

Nearby Attractions

Three quaint, small towns - Greenville, Crescent Mills and Taylorsville, are in Indian Valley. They offer groceries, gas, dining, antique shops, museums and a nine-hole golf course, in addition to a beautiful drive or bike “around the valley.” If you are interested in volcanoes, geology or National Parks, take a picturesque 47 mile drive to Lassen Volcanic National Park. There you will find all four types of volcanoes found around the world and the most thermal features outside of Yellowstone!

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