Ramhorn Springs Campground
Ramhorn Springs Campground in the Fall
Ramhorn Springs is a small water source located in a high desert setting that has been utilized by travelers and ranchers for many years. The spring has been developed and a 10 unit campground has been constructed adjacent to it.
Ramhorn Springs Campground in the Spring
The facilities include an informational kiosk, picnic tables, fire rings, a horse corral and one vault toilet. The surface in the campground is packed earth and gravel. There is no potable water. There is trash removal. There is no fee for the use of the campground but a donation is requested to assist with the routine maintenance costs. There is not much shade in the campground, therefore the most enjoyable time to visit this campground is during the cooler months of the year. Campground is open all year, however, access is limited during wet weather.
Access to Ramhorn Campground:
From Susanville: Travel north on U. S. Highway 395 approximately 45 miles. The access road is approximately 2.4 miles north of the California Department of Transportation Roadside Rest Area. Turn east (right) onto BLM Road 26000. Travel approximately 2.5 miles. The campground will be adjacent to the road on your left. BLM Road 26000 is an unimproved dirt road that can become impassable as a result of wet weather. The road is passable by vehicles pulling trailers but can be rough and dusty.
Bureau of Land Management
Eagle Lake Field Office
2550 Riverside Drive
Susanville, CA 96130
Phone: (530) 257-0456
Fax: (530) 257-4831
Office Hours: 7:45 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., M-F
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