U. S. National Forest Campground Guide: Pacific Southwest - South Section
The U.S. National Forest Campground Guide, Pacific Southwest Region (South Section), describes 238 developed campgrounds in 8 National Forests located in California, south of Sacramento. All of the campgrounds were personally visited and researched by the authors of this Guide.There are more than 50 items of information for each campground, narrative descriptions (including authors' anecdotes), maps displaying the relative location of the campgrounds, and quick look-up tables to help in the selection of a campground. In addition, there are sidebars throughout the Guide containing useful information about camping, the forests, things to do, and the authors' experiences.
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