This popular fishing access has a gravel road to the water's edge. Dispersed camping is allowed and there is some shade. There is an information bulletin board but no facilities. This nice river access was built with slide materials in cooperation with CalTrans and is a launching spot for kayaks and rafts. Across the river behind the willow lined banks, you can see the Klamath River School. This expansive meadow was the Campbell Ranch. The Campbell brothers provided fresh horses for the stagecoaches that traveled through here in the early 1920s. A current California Campfire Permit is required to use a camp stove, barbecue or have a campfire outside of developed areas. Local fire restrictions supersede the campfire permit. Inquire at the Ranger Station before having a fire. Restrictions: For all boating on the Klamath, please read the restrictions on the Karuk Ceremonial dates. Water and garbage service are not provided. Bring enough water for drinking, cooking and washing as well as extra water to drown campfires each day. Please take all trash, garbage, fish guts and dog droppings with you when you leave. Dogs on leash only. Camping limit 14 days.