|12-30-2017||Los Padres Forest Association||Flowing|
|11-18-2017||Los Padres Forest Association||Dry|
|11-19-2016||Los Padres Forest Association||Dry|
|10-25-2016||Los Padres Forest Association||Dry|
|11-27-2015||Daniel J. Hall||Dry|
|08-29-2015||Los Padres Forest Association||Dry|
|04-18-2015||Hike Los Padres||Flowing|
|12-17-2014||Los Padres Forest Association||Flowing|
|11-26-2014||Paul "The Beeman" Cronshaw||Dry|
|10-18-2014||Los Padres Forest Association||Dry|
|08-31-2014||Los Padres Forest Association||Dry|
|04-20-2014||Los Padres Forest Association||Flowing|
Nira is the acronym for National Industrial Recovery Act which was a early depression program absorbed by the CCC's, The camp was originally called Manzana Camp. This camp was moved six miles up stream to its new location.
Located on Manzana Creek just up stream from the mouth of Davy Brown Creek. It is the end of the Sunset Valley Davy Brown Road and the trail head for trails up and down Manzana Creek that enter the San Rafael Wilderness located just across the creek from the camp. A popular camping spot on the weekends, especially during hunting season.
North of State Highway 154 via Happy Canyon Road or Figueroa Mountain Road from Los Olivos (both 7NO7) and Sunset Valley Road (8N09).