Indian Valley campground runs along the shoreline of the North Yuba River, offering a wide array of water and dry land sports throughout the year. This area is generally quite dog-friendly.
Swimming is popular here in North Yuba River, with a small public beach available for guests to use if they've paid for their overnight stay. This beach expanse is completely unsupervised, so guests looking to take a dip do so at their risks. If you're looking to keep your dog along for a beach day, make sure you keep them out of the water and on a leash throughout your stay.
If you're looking to get out on the water, Indian Valley offers seasonal rafting and kayaking trips. More information regarding these guided tours and rentals can be found by contacting the Indian Valley offices.
For individuals with more traditional vessels, Indian Valley has a boat launch free for guests to use. Normal California state regulations apply here, so make sure you've obtained up-to-date boat registration before hitting the waves. If you're keeping your dog along for a boat trip, make sure they stay safe and restrained throughout your trip. Dogs are generally forbidden from entering the water at any time.
Seventeen total campsites are available at Indian Valley, all of which are non-electric. These areas come standard with a fire ring and picnic table for guests to relax or prepare meals. Drinking water taps can be found just outside of the public restrooms. Some of these sites can also host a pop-up camper or RV for an additional fee. If you're bringing your dog along, they'll have to stay indoors throughout the evening.
Due to the wildlife that populates the surrounding park and forest areas, guests are encouraged to keep any perishable items inside of the free food lockers provided by Indian Valley.