Enjoy camping on a private historic ranch in the Sierra Foothills -- serene, private, beautiful views in the heart of El Dorado County located at 6400'. Nearest neighbor is 12.5 miles away ! Come rest & relax!
Ideal for large or small groups and families. Each site can accommodate more than one RV or 1 tent with optional RV and tent space available. Large trailers or RV's OK. Large group camping available. Large groups or multiple groups, call for pricing.
Accommodates more than one RV or 1 tent with optional RV and tent space available. Large trailers or RV's OK Large group camping available. Lots of trees for shade. (Note: listing says bed but there are no beds, this is a campground for tent and RVs)
Road access to campgrounds and camp sites.
NO CAMPFIRES or GRILLING over open fire when windy (bring charcoal for backup cooking just in case)
PACK IT IN - PACK IT OUT! (we are remote with no garbage service)
Shower: $5 per person
Nightly fee includes firewood
Gift Certificates Available
Even though this is a private facility, please be kind and courteous to other campers by keeping your noise level to a minimum in the evening and early morning while others are trying to relax and/or sleep.
No firearms!!! Guests must keep the campground free of litter and garbage. Guests must NOT leave behind human or animal waste, or garbage of any kind.
Teepee owners assume no liability for any injuries.
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The first white people in this immediate area were missionaries. We’ve been told the Indians that occupied this land had presented leather maps to the settlers, informing them of game trails, bears, and fishing. Silver Fork Ranch was a working cattle ranch and summer home. Looking at maps you can find Silver Fork Ranch named as Mahon Camp, the old time cowboy camp. You will see the rustic old cattle loading ramp, cedar corrals, and barn. Ranchers still bring cattle to this area of the High Sierras for summer range grazing. You’ll hear the far off sound of cow bells long before you see the cows come home.