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Raspberry Camp South Los Padres National Forest

  • Camp Type: Trail Camp
  • Topo Map Link: Reyes Peak
  • Elevation: 6750 feet
  • Wilderness Area: Non Wilderness Area
  • County: Ventura County
  • Ranger District: Mt. Pinos Ranger District
  • Longitude: -119.3121385
  • Latitude: 34.64086476
  • Water Sources: A small spring box at Raspberry Spring
  • Length of Stay: 14 Days
  • Reservations: Trail Camp

Recent Water Reports:

Date Surveyor Water Report
11-18-2017Chris PechousTrickle
07-03-2017Anonymous SurveyorTrickle
05-27-2017Anonymous SurveyorTrickle
04-15-2017Anonymous SurveyorTrickle
05-15-2016Los Padres Forest AssociationTrickle
09-04-2015Los Padres Forest AssociationTrickle
10-16-2014Los Padres Forest AssociationTrickle
09-21-2014Los Padres Forest AssociationFlowing
08-09-2014Craig R. CareyTrickle

Description:

5 miles east of State Highway 33 via the Pine Mountain Road (6NO6) to Reyes Peak Camp and then about a half mile down the Raspberry Spring Trail (23W42). Raspberry camp provides excellent views of the Cuyama Valley
and the Southern Sierra Nevada.

Survey Photos:


  • Craig R. Carey - 08-09-2014

  • Los Padres Forest Association - 10-16-2014
    Wine barrel spring box

  • Los Padres Forest Association - 10-16-2014
    Wine barrel spring box

  • Los Padres Forest Association - 10-16-2014
    Camp view

  • Los Padres Forest Association - 10-16-2014
    Camping

  • Los Padres Forest Association - 09-04-2015
    Photo Rik

  • Los Padres Forest Association - 09-04-2015
    Photo Rik

  • Anonymous Surveyor - 04-15-2017
    The spring, a reliable water source

  • Anonymous Surveyor - 04-15-2017
    Mostly dry basin

  • Anonymous Surveyor - 07-03-2017

  • Anonymous Surveyor - 07-03-2017

Submitted Camp Reports

Raspberry Camp Survey - 11-18-2017 - by Chris Pechous
Link: Raspberry Camp
Date: 11-18-2017
Surveyor Name:Chris Pechous
Camp Description:Filled up a few liters here. Water was slow, but otherwise a very reliable water source. 
Water Source:Trickle
Water Source Details:Trickle, but good enough!
Weather Conditions:
Raspberry Camp Survey - 07-03-2017 - by Anonymous Surveyor
Link: Raspberry Camp
Date: 07-03-2017
Surveyor Name:Anonymous Surveyor
Camp Description:NW facing camp is nice and shady 'til at least 10:30am, although finding a level spot large enough for a tent is a bit of a challenge.
Water Source:Trickle
Water Source Details:2 drops per second out of main spring, 1 drop per second out of secondary pipe
Weather Conditions:
Images:


Raspberry Camp Survey - 05-27-2017 - by Anonymous Surveyor
Link: Raspberry Camp
Date: 05-27-2017
Surveyor Name:Anonymous Surveyor
Camp Description:Pine mountain area seems very dry even after above average rainfall in Ventura County.  May be that springs would benefit more from snow which rarely occurs here any longer.
Water Source:Trickle
Water Source Details:Just dripping. One drop / second
Weather Conditions:
Raspberry Camp Survey - 04-15-2017 - by Anonymous Surveyor
Link: Raspberry Camp
Date: 04-15-2017
Surveyor Name:Anonymous Surveyor
Camp Description:Camp in great shape! A beautiful area. Only a few patches of snow
Water Source:Trickle
Water Source Details:The springs are a steady dribble. I was able to fill 64 oz of water in around 40 minutes. The old basin under the spring is dry however.
Weather Conditions:
Images:

The spring, a reliable water source

Mostly dry basin
Raspberry Camp Survey - 05-15-2016 - by Los Padres Forest Association
Link: Raspberry Camp
Date: 05-15-2016
Surveyor Name:Los Padres Forest Association
Camp Description:As per Ranger Heidi:
"the flow is drip, drip!"
Water Source:Trickle
Water Source Details:
Weather Conditions:
Raspberry Camp Survey - 09-04-2015 - by Los Padres Forest Association
Link: Raspberry Camp
Date: 09-04-2015
Surveyor Name:Los Padres Forest Association
Camp Description:Still has a dribble of water, certainly enough to filter and drink.
Water Source:Trickle
Water Source Details:
Weather Conditions:
Images:

Photo Rik

Photo Rik
Raspberry Camp Survey - 10-16-2014 - by Los Padres Forest Association
Link: Raspberry Camp
Date: 10-16-2014
Surveyor Name:Los Padres Forest Association
Camp Description:Photos by Bardlero of Ojai.
Water Source:Trickle
Water Source Details:Water in the wine barrel spring box
Weather Conditions:
Images:

Wine barrel spring box

Wine barrel spring box


Camp view

Camping
Raspberry Camp Survey - 09-21-2014 - by Los Padres Forest Association
Link: Raspberry Camp
Date: 09-21-2014
Surveyor Name:Los Padres Forest Association
Camp Description:
Water Source:Flowing
Water Source Details:
Weather Conditions:
Raspberry Camp Survey - 08-09-2014 - by Craig R. Carey
Link: Raspberry Camp
Date: 08-09-2014
Surveyor Name:Craig R. Carey
Camp Description:Webelos Dens 8 and 9 from Pack 3179 in Ventura spent two nights atop Pine Mountain the weekend of 8/9-10/2014, and day-hiked to Raspberry Spring Saturday the 9th. Camp in good shape; trail great.

With Cubs and family, we had 27 people on the trail, but saw no other users.
Water Source:Trickle
Water Source Details:Healthy trickle at spring, but I wouldn't consider is strong enough to say "flowing." Surpsingly healthy crop of raspberries.
Weather Conditions:High 60s, breezy
Images:


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Last Updated: Monday, January 4, 2016

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