United States California

N. Indian Creek River Access

Located in the town of Happy Camp where Indian Creek flows into the Klamath, this is the busiest, most popular launching point for floating the lower Klamath River. There is an information board, a restroom and large parking area. You can drive to the water's edge on gravel road. This area is designated Day Use only and does not permit overnight camping. Curly Jack Campground is across the bridge and less than a mile downstream where there are restrooms, tables, fire rings and paved parking.


N. INDIAN CREEK RIVER ACCESS
Campground Restrictions
For all boating on the Klamath, please read the restrictions on the Karuk Ceremonial dates.                              This area restricted to day use only. No overnight camping or parking. Water and garbage service are not provided. Bring enough water for drinking, cooking and washing as well as extra water to drown campfires each day. Please take all trash, garbage, fish guts and dog droppings with you when you leave. Dogs on leash only.

STREAMFLOW LEVELS
Streamgauge Streamflow
Applegate River Near Applegate
USGS 14366000
703 cfs
Illinois River Near Kerby
USGS 14377100
1,570 cfs
Big Butte Creek Near Mcleod
USGS 14337500
209 cfs
Applegate River Near Copper
USGS 14362000
452 cfs
Bear Creek Blw Ashland Creek At Ashland
USGS 14354200
145 cfs
Rogue River Near Mcleod
USGS 14337600
1,960 cfs
Rogue River Near Agness
USGS 14372300
5,310 cfs

Nearby Camping
Location Campsites Reservations Toilets Showers Elevation
Fort Goff 5 1,290 ft
Norcross - horse 4 2,360 ft
Sulphur Springs 6 2,206 ft
Bolan Lake 13 5,429 ft
Curly Jack 12 1,080 ft