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Dillon Creek

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Klamath National Forest
Highway 96 & Ishi Pishi Road
PO Drawer Box 410
Orleans, CA 95556

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Number of Sites:
21 sites
800 feet



May to October
800 feet
Basic Info
Total Sites:
21 sites
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The roar of cascading Dillon Creek provides the perfect atmosphere for a peaceful, yet adventurous stay in the densely wooded Siskiyou Mountains.

Dillon''s mountainous terrain combines the warmth of the summer sun with cool gentle breezes which wind their way through these majestic canyons. As you walk the winding path to one of the most scenic and refreshing natural "swimming holes" in northern California, every conceivable form of outdoor adventure is within your grasp.

For added family activities in the area you can visit "Oogaromtok" (Frog Pond), or take the scenic drive to Nordheimer Flat up the Salmon River Road.

The campsites, carved into the mountain slopes, are sheltered, shaded, and offer privacy.

The "bear proof" garbage containers are a cautious reminder that you are in a riparian habitat area, with a widely diversified wildlife population.

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Basic Directions

From the town of Orleans, travel 24 miles north on Highway 96 to reach the campground, located at the 800 foot elevation.

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