Plumas Eureka Sp Campground

Plumas Eureka Sp Campground
Sierra Plumas Eureka State Park is located high on the east slopes of theSierra Nevada. The 7,400-foot Eureka Peak in the park sits on top of whatwas once a large body of precious metal. Hardrock gold mining was oncethe primary activity in the region from the 1850s until the Second WorldWar. The park contains the Mining History Museum that features displayson mining and pioneer life in the area. The 6,700 acre park protects theremains of the Mohawk Stamp Mill and several other buildings. The parkfeatures hiking and fishing and, in winter, cross-country and downhillskiing. Hikers can enjoy more than ten miles of trails.No laundry facilities at the park.

There is no kiosk. Check in at Museum, Hours 8am to 4 pm.:

Services

Within Facility
  • Comfort Station
  • Dump Station
  • Fishing
  • Handicap Access
  • Hiking Trail
  • Laundry
  • Nature Trails
  • Picnic Area
  • Restrooms
  • Showers

Directions

Plumas-Eureka SP
310 JOHNSONVILLE ROAD
Blairsden CA 96103

In the northern Sierra Mountains, in Plumas County. 53 miles northwest of Truckee via State Highway 89, and West of Gray Eagle. (One hour north of Truckee, via CA State Rte. 89;turn on to county road A-14 from Hwy 89 and go 5 miles).

-OR- One hour west of Reno via U.S. Rte. 395 to CA State Rte. 70 to CA State Rte. 89 south; turn on to county road A-14 from Hwy 89 and go 5 miles.


 
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