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Estrella Camp North Los Padres National Forest

  • Camp Type: Wilderness Trail Camp
  • Topo Map Link: Burro Mountain
  • Elevation: 1500 feet
  • Wilderness Area: Silver Peak
  • County: Monterey County
  • Ranger District: Monterey Ranger District
  • Longitude: -121.3382502
  • Latitude: 35.83660351
  • Water Sources: Water all year long.
  • Length of Stay: 14 Days
  • Reservations: Wilderness Trail Camp

Recent Water Reports:

Date Surveyor Water Report
10-21-2017NateFlowing
07-29-2016DanielFlowing
04-23-2016Hiker TimFlowing

Description:

This is a small trail camp located above Spruce Creek Camp up the Salmon Creek Trail (6E11) in the Silver Peak Wilderness. Access from the Highway 1 after ragged point.  

Survey Photos:


  • Hiker Tim - 04-23-2016
    Tent pad

  • Hiker Tim - 04-23-2016
    Tent pad, fire ring

Submitted Camp Reports

Estrella Camp Survey - 10-21-2017 - by Nate
Link: Estrella Camp
Date: 10-21-2017
Surveyor Name:Nate
Camp Description:This is a beautiful camp among the trees and by the Salmon Creek. There were several campers there when we got there, but there was plenty of space
Water Source:Flowing
Water Source Details:The Salomon Creek has a pretty good, clean flow. There are pools of water everywhere
Weather Conditions:clear 65F
Estrella Camp Survey - 07-29-2016 - by Daniel
Link: Estrella Camp
Date: 07-29-2016
Surveyor Name:Daniel
Camp Description:Went up to Estrella Camp with plans to stay overnight for two nights, ended up going back to Spruce Camp due to lack of water.

There was water at Estrella, but we were hoping for the waterfall and an abundance (which Spruce had). Filtered water for a refill there and found it fairly murky and very low. Hiked up creek a ways to see if it increased, but it didn't.

Camps looked in good condition, no tables but plenty of benches, fire pits, etc. 
Water Source:Flowing
Water Source Details:Flowing slowly, very low, no waterfall.
Weather Conditions:70-80 during the peak of day
Estrella Camp Survey - 04-23-2016 - by Hiker Tim
Link: Estrella Camp
Date: 04-23-2016
Surveyor Name:Hiker Tim
Camp Description:This camp has an upper area, 2 to 3 tents, and a lower area by the creek with space for 2 separate parties with multiple tents. All camps had fire pits. 
Water Source:Flowing
Water Source Details:Strong flow, dept in spots to 18", water was clear and cold.
Weather Conditions:High 69, low mid 50s
Images:

Tent pad

Tent pad, fire ring

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Last Updated: Tuesday, March 1, 2016

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