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Robinson Flat Campground is a remote campground under stately pines and firs near a beautiful meadow and stream.
Robinson Flat Campground is a remote campground under stately pines and firs near a beautiful meadow and stream. The campground is the last stop of the Foresthill Divide Road Driving Tour so stop and spend the night before heading back! Family and friends can enjoy 7 family sites and 7 equestrian sites located 27 miles northeast of Foresthill at an elevation of 6,800 feet. Be sure to take an early morning hike along the Western States Trail or the Little Bald Mountain Trail!
From Interstate 80: Take Foresthill Exit and drive on Foresthill Road for 15 miles to the Forest Service Ranger Station just before the town of Foresthill. Continue on Foresthill Road for 27 miles to the pavement’s end at Robinson Flat. The road to the campground is narrow and winding so trailers are not recommended.
Enjoy more than 3400 yards of quality golfing experience, including two par 5 holes.
Fishing: Trout, Catfish.
Come for a weekend or stay for a week, with great fishing, water sports, boating, biking or just sitting around the campfire.