|11-10-2015||Los Padres Forest Association||Stagnant|
|04-11-2015||Hike Los Padres||Flowing|
|12-22-2014||Los Padres Forest Association||Flowing|
|11-25-2014||Paul "The Beeman" Cronshaw||Dry|
White Ledge Camp is located at the eastern junction of the Hurricane Deck Trail and the Manzana Trail. The camp is located along a spectacular band of white rock that drops steeply down towards the South Fork of the Sisquoc River - hence the name White Ledge. The trail through here is sometimes called the White Ledge Trail but technically it is the Manzana Trail. The camp is most commonly used by hikers on their way to South Fork or as part of longer loop trips such as the Lower Sisquoc Loop or the strong hikers attempting the Hurricane Deck. While the trail goes straight through the camp, visitors are seldom enough to make you feel comfortable at camp. Spring is a great time to visit White Ledge as there are small cascades peeling off the canyon walls in just about all directions.