Malakoff Diggins State Historic Park campground is located in the 3,000 acre forested park - home to California's largest hydraulic gold mine. Visitors can see the destruction the hydraulic mining caused by carving huge cliffs with water. There's also many historic buildings and sites to see here. And don't miss the 7,847-foot bedrock tunnel! Malakoff Diggins campground offers really pretty sites set among the trees. Most sites are large and have a table, Iron Ranger, fire ring and grill. The campground has flush toilets and drinking water. There are no RV hookups. Outdoor recreation includes visiting the historic sites, hiking, biking, swimming, picnicking and fishing.
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