urkey Hill is nestled in 16 acres of mature oak trees adjacent to the Mokelumne Coast to Crest trail staging area at Camanche South Shore.
It has 7 sites; 2 single family sites that accommodate a maximum of 8 persons with 2 vehicles, 2 trailers and 2 horses, 2 double sites and 2 triple sites that accommodate double and triple the single site capacity, and one quad site accommodating a maximum of 32 persons and 8 vehicles with trailers and 8 horses.
All sites have picnic tables, a fire ring/BBQ grill, a paddock for each horse, lantern stands and have close access to water. One of the single sites has wheelchair accessible facilities including a transfer platform to assist getting on and off horses.
The sites surrounding a group dining area with large BBQs, serving tables and picnic tables to seat 40 people, plus a group campfire ring with benches to act as an amphitheater and assembly area. These areas are also wheelchair accessible. This group use area also includes a regulation horse shoe pit. Other features of the campground include a horse wash station, bins for horse waste, portable toilets and easy access to the trail.
Showers, coin operated laundry; an RV dump station and general store are available elsewhere in the park.
Equestrian campers, with trail permits, will have access to 28 miles of MCCT from the campground and can trailer their stock to Camanche North Shore for 5.1 miles of trail and a 3 mile loop. Work is completed on the MCCT segment that connected the trail at Camanche South Shore with the trail at the Camp Seco Trail staging area!
EBMUD staff looking forward to better serving both equestrians and organized youth groups with this camp. The camp is available by reservation to equestrians first and youth groups when not used by equestrians. Equestrian and Youth Groups will not use the camp at the same time.
Camanche Recreation Company is currently accepting reservations for the campsites and reservations may be made by calling a toll free reservation line 1-866-763-5121 daily.
Turkey Hill Map with notes