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Llly Meadows Camp South Los Padres National Forest

  • Camp Type: Wilderness Trail Camp
  • Topo Map Link: Sawmill Mountain
  • Elevation: 6,632 feet
  • Wilderness Area: Chumash
  • County: Ventura County
  • Ranger District: Mt. Pinos Ranger District
  • Longitude: -119.1623926
  • Latitude: 34.77935652
  • Water Sources: North Fork Lockwood Creek (seasonal)
  • Length of Stay: 14 Days
  • Reservations: Wilderness Trail Camp
  • Activities & Features:
    • Backpacking
    • Birding
    • Campfire Rings
    • Creek
    • Horseback Riding
    • Hunting
    • Wildlife Viewing
    • Wilderness-Camping

Recent Water Reports:

Date Surveyor Water Report
07-22-2017Troop 128Flowing
05-26-2016Coyote DaveTrickle
03-26-2016Mike McGurkDry
03-18-2016EricDry
02-20-2015Steven CalkinsDry

Description:

A small trail camp located on the North Fork Lockwood Trail (22W02) in the Chumash Wilderness.


Submitted Camp Reports

Llly Meadows Camp Survey - 07-22-2017 - by Troop 128
Link: Llly Meadows Camp
Date: 07-22-2017
Surveyor Name:Troop 128
Camp Description:Water source is .25 mile below camp
Water Source:Flowing
Water Source Details:Flowing
Weather Conditions:
Llly Meadows Camp Survey - 05-26-2016 - by Coyote Dave
Link: Llly Meadows Camp
Date: 05-26-2016
Surveyor Name:Coyote Dave
Camp Description:Water in creek available about 0.25 miles downstream from the camp.  Creek is flowing slowly. Some pools are about 4 to 6 inches deep and we were able to transfer water to a collapsible bucket for filtering.
Water Source:Trickle
Water Source Details:
Weather Conditions:
Llly Meadows Camp Survey - 03-26-2016 - by Mike McGurk
Link: Llly Meadows Camp
Date: 03-26-2016
Surveyor Name:Mike McGurk
Camp Description:There are small patches of quickly vanishing snow near camp on north/east facing slope. The riverbed at camp is dry but about 1/4 mile south of camp there is running water in places but only a trickle.
Water Source:Dry
Water Source Details:small patches of snow and intermittent trickle
Weather Conditions:mid 30's with 20mph winds
Llly Meadows Camp Survey - 03-18-2016 - by Eric
Link: Llly Meadows Camp
Date: 03-18-2016
Surveyor Name:Eric
Camp Description:North falls at the bottom of the trail was flowing fine. Nothing at Lilly Meadows, but 1/4 mile down the hill has a narrow place in the canyon. Underground water bubbles up to the surface and was just a few minutes to fill 4 quarts.
Water Source:Dry
Water Source Details:No water at Lilly Meadows camp, but 1/4 mile down the canyon is a flow to fill canteens in 1 minute.
Weather Conditions:
Llly Meadows Camp Survey - 02-20-2015 - by Steven Calkins
Link: Llly Meadows Camp
Date: 02-20-2015
Surveyor Name:Steven Calkins
Camp Description:Very nice camp.  I was the only one there I stopped on the way up to Sheep Camp.  There are many spots for tents and a nice table and fire pit.  Bring plenty of water.
Water Source:Dry
Water Source Details:Get water at waterfall at base of trail before going up.
Weather Conditions:

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Last Updated: Tuesday, May 31, 2016

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