|11-15-2016||Los Padres Forest Association||Dry|
|03-02-2015||Los Padres Forest Association||Flowing|
|05-24-2014||Los Padres Forest Association||Dry|
Mansfield Camp is located along the Sisquoc Trail in the heart of the area known as the Upper Sisquoc. The camp is located on a bench above a small bend in the Sisquoc. There are two fire grates but really one main campsite. There was once a toilet but it was abandoned and destroyed in the 2007 Zaca Fire. Mansfield is located at the junction of the Fall Canyon and Sisquoc Trails. It has great views down canyon and is conveniently situated a short walk from many of the waterfalls which make this portion of the forest so memorable. Most people tend to camp at Cottonwood Camp but Mansfield is a great option as well.
Origin of the name Mansfield is unknown.