Central Mariposa County
Briceburg, CA, United States
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This Bureau of Land Management (BLM) campground is located along the Merced River. Sites are shaded by oak and pines trees and have tables (handicapped accessible) and grills. Please camp in the campsite ONLY. There is a fee box at the campground. Drinking water not provided.
From Mariposa travel north on Highway 140, 11.8 miles, turn left at Briceburg Visitor Center. Drive over the Briceburg Bridge, travel 2.3 miles to the campground.
Nearest services are in Mariposa (food, gas, phone, supplies, etc.). There is no water at the campground but drinking water is available at the Briceburg Bridge.
Watch for rattlesnakes and poison oak. Bring mosquito repellant.
No reservations. First-come, first-serve
-Tent camping, camping trailer,
-Toilets Vault, handicapped accessible
Tent camping Total sites = 11 walk-in & 3 vehicle/RV sites
Camping trailer Maximum vehicle length = 18 feet
Fees $10.00 fee
Open Season: Open year-round
Restrictions: Trailers and RV’s over 18 feet are not recommended to cross the Briceburg Bridge. Road access is dirt and gravel, 1 land road. The maximum length of stay = 14 days
Maximum vehicle length = 18 feet
Water: No water in the campground. Drinking water available at the Briceburg Bridge.
Restroom: Vault, handicapped accessible
HWY 49 Mariposa, CA 95338
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