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Nordheimer Group Campground

Six Rivers National Forest

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Nordheimer Group Campground is located in a Douglas-fir and hardwood forest close to the Wild and Scenic California Salmon River. Roads and parking areas are gravel. Group sites A, B, and C have large grassy meadows, surrounded by forest. Site D overlooks the Salmon River with easy walking access for boaters and swimmers. Restrooms are portable in sites A, B and C. Site D has its own accessible vault type restroom. Combination fire ring grills and picnic tables are provided at each site. Popular activities include swimming/sunbathing, rafting, kayaking, hiking, wildlife viewing and biking.

Nordheimer is in the heart of the Salmon River whitewater area. Rafting activities begin in the spring and continue until the water levels drop in early summer. Remnants from historic mining operations can still be seen in this remote but beautiful camping area. A few fruit trees remain from past homesteading activities. Nordheimer is a must for those seeking beauty and seclusion. Boat access to the rivers edge is available at Nordheimer with 4x4 vehicles. The campground offers spacious and secluded sites.

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