As part of the Mark Twain National Forest, Red Bluff is packed full of natural scenery and chances for fun with your dog. Several hiking trails are offered, with the Red Bluff trail even winding directly through the site, making it a convenient place for a canine bathroom break.
Twenty-two sites are offered at Red Bluff, all of which can accommodate tents, RVs, and popup campers with ease. Dogs are welcome on all of these sites as well, provided they're kept away from other guests and on some sort of restraint. During the busy season, Red Bluff sometimes opens up additional walk-up sites, so be sure to call ahead if you can't find a reservation. Electric sites will cost a bit extra, as will double sites and group areas. For more information regarding seasonal price shifts, make sure to reach out to the Red Bluff campground offices for up-to-date info. No modern amenities like warm showers or flushing toilets exist in Red Bluff, so visitors are reminded to pack accordingly.
If you're getting burnt by the summer sun, nearby Huzzah Creek is the perfect place to cool off and take a dip. While these public areas tend to be full of people come summertime, all guests should remember that the creek's waters can sometimes be turbulent, so swimming and other activities are done at your own risk. Canines are, unfortunately, not allowed to visit the creek at any time.
Red Bluff also offers limited fishing via the creek. Commonly found species include bass and perch, with a few other varieties seen now and again. Anglers are reminded to pack up their gear before arrival, as the surrounding areas lack any amenities for the sport. No licenses are required to fish in Huzzah Creek. Feel free to bring your canine companion along as you try your luck, provided they don't hop in the water to try and do some fishing of their own!
If you're planning a visit to Red Bluff, be sure to remember that prices listed on this page only reflect costs for the campground.