Sand dunes dominate the landscape in the North Algodones Dunes Wilderness Area.
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Wildhorses at Sand Creek Barrel Springs Byway at sunset.  Photo by Laurie Sada Upper Wall Canyon creek.  Photo by B. Parrott Windmill at Sunset in Surprise Valley Sunset reflection on Upper Lake in Surprise Valley.
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Fee Reservoir Campground

Sign at entryway to Fee Reservoir boat launch facility        Fee Reservoir campground, sagebrush in foreground, juniper trees and blue sky with clouds in the background.

Campground Amenities

14 Day Maximum Stay

Semi-Primitive Camp Sites

Vault Toilets

7 Sites W / Enclosed Fire Rings and Picnic Tables

20 - 24 Ft. Trailers / RVs Possible

Approximately 30 Miles to nearest food / gasoline / hospital   

No Drinking Water Available on Site

Fun things to do

Boating

Fishing

Hiking

Wildlife Viewing

Mountain Biking

Auto Tours (Barrel Springs Backcountry Byway)

Ample Opportunity for Solitude

Fee Reservoir Directions from Cedarville

(Intersection of CA299 and Modoc County Road 1)

 

Travel North on Modoc County Road 1 for 26 miles to Fort Bidwell.

Turn Right (East) at "T" onto Modoc County Road 6 / Barrel Springs Road.

Travel East on Barrel Springs Road approximately 4.5 miles to fork.

Take right fork.  Continue approximately 3 miles to Fee Reservoir.

 

 


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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