Stanislaus & Toiyabe Area Campgrounds Professional Review and Guide
"The Stanislaus National Forest and a portion of the Toiyabe National Forest make up most of this area of the High Sierra region. The Stanislaus covers almost 900,000 acres and contains 800 miles of rivers and streams, of which 29 miles of the Tuolumne and 11 miles of the Merced are designated Wild and Scenic Rivers. Nearly 500 miles of trails and 1,000 miles of abandoned roads are available for use by hikers and equestrians, while 150 miles of trails and 2,000 miles of dirt roads are open to mountain bikers. Inhabiting the forest are 325 species of wildlife and 18 of fish.
Campgrounds included in this eTrail are: Centerville Flats, Wolf Creek, Silver Creek, Bloomfield, Highland Lakes, Hermit Valley, Pacific Valley, Mosquito Lakes, Lake Alpine, Stanislaus River, Spicer Reservoir, Big Meadow, Board's Crossing, Sourgrass, Calaveras Big Trees State Park, Shingle Mill, Bootleg, Chris Flat, Sonora Bridge, Leavitt Meadows, Hull Creek, Fraser Flat, Sand Bar Flat, Pine Crest Lake, Herring Creek, Beardsley Reservoir, Cascade Creek, Mill Creek, Niagara Creek OHV Camp, Fence Creek, Clark Fork, Sand Flat, Boulder Flat, Brightman Flat, Dardanelle, Pigeon Flat, Eureka Valley, Baker, Deadman, Obsidian, Buckeye, Honeymoon Flat, Robinson Creek, Paha, Crags, Lower Twin Lakes, Green Creek, and Trumbull Lake."