This was our first destination in our 1964
Safari. A great spot 6200 feet in the Sierra Nevada Range surrounded by the Carson-Iceberg Wilderness. there are two loops. A loop has pit toilets and small pads. B loop has flush toilets and potable water and large pads 11x38 average. No cell service in camp. They do not take reservation and the price is $18.00 for a single, $26.00 for a double. 87 total sites, 7 are tent only. The views and the Hiking are world class. The fishing (rainbows and brookies) can be great. There are 5 or 6 other camp grounds along the Clarks Fork Road. There is a very small store and gas station just a few miles east of Clarks Fork turn off up HWY 108 is Dardanelle. They also have rv facilities, dump sta. Shower, etc. I am attemping to add a few photo's
From Mi-Wuk, CA take State Route 108 east 33.6 miles to a "Y"
intersection and Clarks Fork sign. Bear left after sign and go
5.8 miles to campground sign. Turn right at sign and go 0.2
miles to Loop A or 0.3 miles to Loop B. Both are on the right.