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Tenmile Creek

Contact Info
1839 South Newcomb St.
Porterville, CA 93257

Phone:
559-784-1500
Basics
Season:
April to November

Description

Tenmile Creek is a steep tributary to the Kings River. The stream is primarily pools and riffles. Conifer forest dominates the vegetation in the upper parts of Tenmile Creek, pines and oak woodland are the dominant vegetation in the middle parts of the stream.

Fishing

Fish:
Brook Trout
Rainbow Trout

Details

Season:
April to November
Camping Info
Campgrounds in the vicinity are located at Logger Flat (Group), Landslide, and Tenmile.

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Map + Directions

Basic Directions
Access to the lower portion of Tenmile Creek area is limited by the steep topography that this stream flows through. State Highway 180 crosses and parallels the creek for approximately ½ mile prior to Yucca Point, but terrain makes access difficult. Safer access if provided above Hume Lake via Forest Road 13S09, which connects State Routes 180 and 198 (this connection can be closed by snow).


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