Rocksville, Hunting Creek Camp, Jericho Creek, Morgan Valley Road, Devilhead Road
Last Known Status
There are two entrances to this area, the lower camp and the upper camp. The upper camp is dry and rocky, has a very rough access road with no signs or directions (bear right at the fork!) and offers only two campsites, both primitive. The upper camp is not recommended for RV or trailers.
While the upper camp does have more trails, the lower camp offers much easier access and more room for RVs and trailers. This camp has developed campsites with tables, fire rings and direct access to the creek. Look for an opening in at the back of the campground to find a motorcycle trail that follows the creek and leads to two great swimming holes (first hole is 1/4 mile in, waterfall is 1/4 mile past that).
You can ride from the lower camp to the upper camp by following the lower camp access road right through the campground, across the curved bridge and up over the ridge (make no turns). Follow the road about 7 miles to the upper camp area.
Many locals playfully call this place 'Rocksville' because of the many rocks, but we've seen bigger chunk. As long as you use a skid & guards you'll have no problems.
From: Lower Lake, CA
1) Take Morgan Valley Road east 13 miles to north staging area
2) Upper Camp entrance on right.
For Lower Camp Staging Area:
3) Continue east on Morgan Valley Road about 4 miles (road name changes to Berryessa Knoxville Road)
4) Veer right (south) on Knoxville Devilhead Road, continue about .5 miles
5) Lower Camp entrance on the right (turn is at: N 38º 49.013' W 122º 21.182').
TYPE OF AREA
swim holes, waterfalls, scenery decent, secluded, campsites at lower camp very nice
dry, rocky, rough entrance, no signs or directions, not enough camp sites, no turn around in northern area
1-2 Days Late Spring
Miles Of Trail
1000 to 2200 ft.
Not Marked, Not Rated, Not Maintained
mostly small rocks, bigger ones are well spaced & avoidable