Perched 1,700 feet above sea level in the expanse of the Mendocino National Forest, the Gray Pine Group Camp is a beautiful recreation oasis for large groups and parties.
Gray Pine Group Camp offers traditional camping and can hold up to 75 guests comfortably.
The Mendocino National Forest, California's only national forest that is not crossed by a paved road, straddles the eastern spur of the Coastal Mountain Range in northwestern California, just a three-hour drive north of San Francisco and Sacramento. Sprinkled throughout the dense green forest are several lakes, offering visitors additional recreational opportunities against a stunning backdrop.
Popular OHV riding trails are easily accessible from the campground. Visit www.fs.usda.gov/mendocino for more information.
Mendocino National Forest's 913,306 acres of mountains and canyons offer a variety of recreational opportunities, including horseback riding, hiking, backpacking, boating, fishing and hunting, nature study and off-highway vehicle riding. Whether it's deer, birds, rabbits, chipmunks or perhaps the occasional bear, wildlife viewing is always a popular activity for visitors. The area is also an extremely popular destination during hunting season.
Stonyford Work Station, P.O. Box 160 Stonyford CA 95979-0160
For campground inquiries, please call: 530-963-3128
From the South: From Interstate 5 take Exit 586 for Maxwell Road. Travel west for approximately nine miles to the town of Sites. At the junction turn right turn onto Sites-Ladoga Road and travel for about 15 miles to the town of Lodoga. Turn right at the junction, cross the bridge onto Ladoga-Stonyford Road and travel for approximately eight miles to the town of Stonyford. Turn left at the stop sign, drive two blocks north to Fouts Springs Road and turn left. Travel on Fouts Springs Road/Forest Road M10 for nine miles. Turn right onto Forest Road 18N03 towards Davis Flat and drive approximately 1/2 mile. Turn right at the locked gate; this is the entrance to Gray Pine.
From the North: From Interstate 5 take 162 West from Willows and travel 23 miles. At the junction turn left onto County Road 306/Stonyford-Elk Creek Road and travel about 18 miles to the town of Stonyford. Turn right onto Fouts Springs Road/Forest Road M10. After about nine miles turn right onto Forest Road 18N03 towards Davis Flat and drive approximately 1/2 mile. Turn right at the locked gate; this is the entrance to Gray Pine.