State: Northern California
Address 1: Eastern Sierras
Number of Sites: 20
ReservatiContentons: Yes - Check Recreation.gov for information
About: Paha Campground is located just 10 miles from Bridgeport, California at an elevation of 7,000 feet. Massive Jeffrey pines tower over the site, providing limited shade. Sagebrush and summer wildflowers dot the area. Robinson Creek is adjacent and offers good rainbow trout fishing. Numerous hiking trails are in the vicinity, including the popular Robinson Creek Trail.
This campground contains several single-family sites and one double site, with picnic tables, bear boxes, and fire rings with grills. Flush toilets, potable water, and garbage/recycling service are provided. A campground host in located on-site; firewood is available for purchase. Roads and parking spurs are paved. Robinson Creek South Campground is nearby, where weekend interpretive programs are held at its amphitheater July 4 through Labor Day.
Upper and Lower Twin Lakes are just up the road, offering beautiful mountain scenery, boating, canoeing, and fishing for Kokanee salmon, rainbow and brown trout. The rugged and scenic Hoover Wilderness Area can be accessed from the Twin Lakes area, and has additional trails for hiking and horseback riding.
Fees: $20/Night for single unit, $40/Night for double site, $6/Night for extra vehicle (2011)
Water: Potable Water
Restrooms: Vault Toilet
Restrictions: Bears frequent the area. All food must be kept in approved containers.
Directions: From Highway 395 south in Bridgeport, turn left and travel approximately 11 miles on Twin Lakes Road. The campground is on left hand side of road.