The Harris River Campground has 14 drive-in sites, with space for a small to medium-sized RV. Two vault toilets are available. A short trail parts the muskeg through the campground loop, where visitors can view the unique muskeg vegetation. The Harris River Picnic Area is located adjacent to the campground and offers a pavilion for picnicking and staying dry.
The Harris River Campground offers quiet, peaceful campsites. Across the road is the Twentymile Spur Trail that follows the Harris River through its steep valley. Visitors should bring their salmon rod, because there is great fishing right beside the campground in the lower Harris River . Watch the salmon swim upstream from the footbridge at the Harris River Picnic Area.
Harris River Campground is located on Forest Highway 20 ( State Route 924-Craig-Hollis Highway). The campground is located just west of the junction between the Hydaburg Road and the Craig-Hollis Highway . USGS Map: Craig B-3.
Campground Fee: $8.00
Stay Limit: 14 Days
Number of Sites: 14
Facilities: 2 Vault Toilets, 14 hardened sites, fire rings, bear-proof trash receptacles, short trail through muskeg
For Reservations: Go on Recreation.gov or call the National Recreation Reservation Service at 1-877-444-6777.
Distance: 300 feet (one way)
Trip Time: 5-10 minutes (one way)
Elevation Change: 0 feet
Trail Tread: The Harris River Campground Trail is all yellow cedar boardwalk.