Sonora Bridge Campground Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest Headquarters California
Sonora Bridge Overview
Sonora Bridge campground has 23 spacious and private campsites scattered amidst the shade of towering Jeffrey pines in the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest. The campground is a short drive to the West Walker River and a picnic area near Tule Lake.
The first come, first serve campground is usually open in late April to early October. Amenities include a vault toilet, but no water. Campsites can accommodate tents, trailers and RVs. Each site also has a table, fire ring and grate. The camp host also sells firewood.
Sonora Bridge – Area Recreation
Outdoor recreation in the area includes fishing, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, picnicking and wildlife viewing.
If you’re heading north up Highway 395, you may also want to check out Chris Flat or Bootleg campgrounds.
First Come, First Served
- Campground Host
- Campsite Tables
- Equestrian trail
- Fire Pit
- Fire Rings
- Firewood Available
- Pets OK
- Picnic Tables
- Restrooms (Vault Toilets)
- Bird Watching
- Horseback riding
- Mountain Biking
- Nature Trails
- Walking Trails
- Wildlife Viewing
Bridgeport, California 93517
Lat / Long:
1, 2, 8, 9, 10, 13, 15, 17
# of Campsites:
Late April – Early October
Sonora Bridge Comments & Reviews
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Water is Turned Off. The Well they drilled has bad water. I was told that they found Arsenic and Lead and they would not be turning the water back on. I do not know if they have plans for drilling a new well or doing nothing. I spoke to a ranger at the Bridgeport ranger district office to find out about this news.
Thanks for the heads up on the water situation at Sonora Bridge campground. I’ll get our campground page updated (no water).
I wish someone would help find a solution to fixing the Lack Of Water Situation. I have camped at this campground and area for over 40 years. I hate to see the Lack Of Attention By The Humboldt Toiyabe National Forest. Such A Shame That this Campground wont see the funding It needs to be maintained properly!!!