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    Skeahan Bar River Access

    Yreka, California

    Skeahan Bar River Access

    Skeahan Bar River Access Professional Guide

    Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

    "This wooded campsite and Ti-bar Flat are two of more than a dozen dispersed campsites along the Klamath River.

    Originally named Virginia Bar, Skeahan Bar was a mining claim worked by gold seekers John Skeahan and Joe Davidson in the late 1800s. It is a popular river access point. There is a gravel road to the water’s edge. Elevation, 1,900 feet. Stay limit 14 days. Open May through October."

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    Yreka
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    Camping Northern California

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    May-October
    Season
    Swimming, Fishing
    Additional Use
    Klamath National Forest, (530) 842-6131.
    Local Contacts
    None
    Fees per Night
    Picnic tables; no toilets or drinking water. Use of rock fire rings, a barbecue, or a camp stove requires a current California Campfire Permit.
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