Camp Pit River is located in the Mt. Shasta region at an elevation of 2,000 feet, where the days are warm and nights are cool. The area is well known for superior hunting, and the spring-fed waters of the Pit River provide excellent
fishing conditions consistent with cold water temperatures. Iron Canyon Reservoir is located within 20 minutes from camp where a public boat ramp is available. Throughout the area, photographer buffs can capture the brilliance of spring
wildflowers or the vivid colors of fall, and hikers can enjoy the natural beauty
and wildlife along wooded trails.
The camp is somewhat isolated, so provisions for several days should be taken along. There is a general store with limited grocery supplies in Big Bend. The nearest town is Burney which is located about 35 miles from camp.
Camp Pit River Layout
Seventeen Units - one (5 person), fourteen (6 person), two (eight person)
Each unit has the following: table with chairs, beds (see cabin layout), one
bathroom with shower with the exception of cabins 8 and 18 which have two bathrooms with showers. The bathroom in cabin 3 includes a bathtub.
Fully equipped kitchen which includes the following: electric range, refrigerator, kitchenware (dishes, silverware, etc.),
cooking utensils,coffee maker, toaster.
Barbecues provided. (Bring your own charcoal).
Campers are to provide their own linens (sheets, pillowcases, pillows, blankets &
towels) food and soap.
Heated swimming pool and wading pool
Heated swimming pool and wading pool in peak season
Playground for children
Laundry facilities available
Area is well-known for superior hunting and the Pit River provides excellent fishing
A public boat ramp is located within 20 minutes from camp at Iron Canyon Reservoir
Typical Pitt River Cabin
|1, 2, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18
|D=Double Bed; T=Twin Bed|
Camp Pit River is approximately 60 miles east of Redding near the Pit River and about three miles southeast of Big Bend. From Highway 299, turn left on Big Bend Road which is approximately four (4) miles from Montgomery Creek. Take Big Bend Road for approximately seventeen (17) miles, then turn right on Haggin Flat Road, and go 1.7 miles to Camp Pit River.