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High Rock Canyon Camping

High Rock Canyon Rising Upwards Against A Blue Sky With White Clouds
High Rock Canyon - High Rock Canyon is a popular camping area for the adventurous types who have 4WD and know how to use it.  There are no camping facilities at the campsites in High Rock Canyon, but there is an abundance of solitude and interesting side canyons to explore.

To prevent impacts to California bighorn sheep and raptor nesting, camping is limited to designated sites in High Rock Canyon. The road through High Rock Canyon is seasonally closed from February 1st until the second weekend in May.  There is a 14 day maximum stay for camping in High Rock Canyon. 
 A Beautiful Stream Running Through High Rock Canyon

 


Bureau of Land Management
Surprise Field Office
602 Cressler Street
Cedarville, CA 96104
Phone: (530) 279-6101
Fax: (530) 279-2171
Office Hours: 7:45 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., M-F
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