Hobo Camp Day Use Area

Hobo Camp Day Use Area

Looking for a fun spot to explore with your friends, family, and dogs? Check out the Bureau of Land Management’s Hobo Camp Trailhead. It’s located just 0.6 miles west of Susanville on the Bizz Johnson Trail, making it easily accessible by car. This dog-friendly place is great for hiking, biking, and horseback riding.

If you’re in the mood for a picnic, there are 12 sites ready with tables, fire rings, and barbeques, plus there’s a double vault toilet for convenience. Whether you’re interested in picnicking, swimming, or fishing, Hobo Camp offers a variety of activities.

For those looking for more, the trailhead is the starting point for the 25-mile Bizz Johnson Trail and the 7-mile South Side Trail leading to the Devil’s Corral. These trails also loop back to Hobo Camp 2 and 4 miles west of the trailhead, giving you plenty of ground to cover.

So, bring your furry friend and join us at the Hobo Camp Trailhead for a day of adventure and fun in the great outdoors.

Hobo Camp operates from May through mid-November. Access to the site is gated and closed at nightfall, reopening at 8 am.

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