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Lonnie Davis Camp South Los Padres National Forest

  • Camp Type: Wilderness Trail Camp
  • Topo Map Link: Hurricane Deck
  • Elevation: 2600 feet
  • Wilderness Area: San Rafael
  • County: Santa Barbara County
  • Ranger District: Santa Lucia Ranger District
  • Longitude: -119.7779289
  • Latitude: 34.75576917
  • Water Sources: South Fork Sisquoc River
  • Length of Stay: 14 Days
  • Reservations: Wilderness Trail Camp
  • Activities & Features:
    • Backpacking
    • Camping
    • Wildlife Viewing
    • Wilderness-Camping

Recent Water Reports:

Date Surveyor Water Report
05-15-2017Tim MolloyFlowing
01-01-2017Shaddus MaximusFlowing
10-15-2016lesliegomesDry
03-31-2016Katie MendenhallFlowing
03-23-2016Sonia ConnorsFlowing
01-01-2016Shaddus Maximus Flowing
03-30-2015Paul CronshawFlowing
11-25-2014Paul "The Beeman" CronshawFlowing
09-27-2014Los Padres Forest AssociationTrickle

Description:

Lonnie Davis Camp is located on the Manzana Trail (30W13) in the San Rafael Wilderness.

Survey Photos:


  • Paul "The Beeman" Cronshaw - 11-25-2014
    Large pool below crossing

  • Paul "The Beeman" Cronshaw - 11-25-2014
    Pool above crossing

  • Paul "The Beeman" Cronshaw - 11-25-2014
    Main campsite #1

  • Paul "The Beeman" Cronshaw - 11-25-2014
    Campsite #2 up a draw

  • Paul "The Beeman" Cronshaw - 11-25-2014
    Campsite #3

  • Paul "The Beeman" Cronshaw - 11-25-2014
    Campsite #4

  • Sonia Connors - 03-23-2016
    Lonnie David Campsite

  • Sonia Connors - 03-23-2016
    River near the campsite

Submitted Camp Reports

Lonnie Davis Camp Survey - 05-15-2017 - by Tim Molloy
Link: Lonnie Davis Camp
Date: 05-15-2017
Surveyor Name:Tim Molloy
Camp Description:Spent a quiet night here. Camp has only one good campsite, but looks like it used to have two others that are now overgrown. I'm grateful for all of the hard work put in by volunteers, especially cheery Paul the beekeeper who I met fixing the trail.
Water Source:Flowing
Water Source Details:
Weather Conditions:
Lonnie Davis Camp Survey - 01-01-2017 - by Shaddus Maximus
Link: Lonnie Davis Camp
Date: 01-01-2017
Surveyor Name:Shaddus Maximus
Camp Description:
Water Source:Flowing
Water Source Details:
Weather Conditions:
Lonnie Davis Camp Survey - 10-15-2016 - by lesliegomes
Link: Lonnie Davis Camp
Date: 10-15-2016
Surveyor Name:lesliegomes
Camp Description:
Water Source:Dry
Water Source Details:no water at all
Weather Conditions:
Lonnie Davis Camp Survey - 03-31-2016 - by Katie Mendenhall
Link: Lonnie Davis Camp
Date: 03-31-2016
Surveyor Name:Katie Mendenhall
Camp Description:Poison oak is tricky to get around on the side trail into camp (just after the Sisquoc crossing)- needs to be cut back.
Water Source:Flowing
Water Source Details:Lots of water in South Fork Sisquoc
Weather Conditions:
Lonnie Davis Camp Survey - 03-23-2016 - by Sonia Connors
Link: Lonnie Davis Camp
Date: 03-23-2016
Surveyor Name:Sonia Connors
Camp Description:Lovely campsite with tall grass, shady river with nice swimming holes.  Lots of poison oak on the trail from the river to the campsite.
Water Source:Flowing
Water Source Details:
Weather Conditions:Cool and cloudy, maybe 55 degrees.
Images:

Lonnie David Campsite

River near the campsite
Lonnie Davis Camp Survey - 01-01-2016 - by Shaddus Maximus
Link: Lonnie Davis Camp
Date: 01-01-2016
Surveyor Name:Shaddus Maximus
Camp Description:
Water Source:Flowing
Water Source Details:
Weather Conditions:
Lonnie Davis Camp Survey - 03-30-2015 - by Paul Cronshaw
Link: Lonnie Davis Camp
Date: 03-30-2015
Surveyor Name:Paul Cronshaw
Camp Description:A large oak tree has fallen at the entrance to this camp.  We cleared the attached branches to make it passable to backpackers. Stock may find it hard to step over.
Water Source:Flowing
Water Source Details:Good water for filtering. Large swimming hole.
Weather Conditions:Sunny, Temp mid 70s
Lonnie Davis Camp Survey - 11-25-2014 - by Paul "The Beeman" Cronshaw
Link: Lonnie Davis Camp
Date: 11-25-2014
Surveyor Name:Paul "The Beeman" Cronshaw
Camp Description:This camp has 4 separate campsites each with a Kalamath stove. The main campsite is the first one. The other 3 located close by, one is up a slight canyon. There is a stone fire ring. Two shovels.
Water Source:Flowing
Water Source Details:Water flowing with large pools at crossing.
Weather Conditions:Sunny and unseasonably warm for November
Images:

Large pool below crossing

Pool above crossing


Main campsite #1

Campsite #2 up a draw


Campsite #3
Lonnie Davis Camp Survey - 09-27-2014 - by Los Padres Forest Association
Link: Lonnie Davis Camp
Date: 09-27-2014
Surveyor Name:Los Padres Forest Association
Camp Description:
Water Source:Trickle
Water Source Details:A nice, deep pool at Lonnie Davis
Weather Conditions:

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Last Updated: Tuesday, March 1, 2016

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