The creek itself also offers many different activities. If you enjoy the more serene side of camping, you are free to wade peacefully in the creek. Or, if you are looking for activities to do, both hunting and fishing are permitted in the area. Beyond the creek, there are a number of hiking spots. Reynolds Creek is near the From the Desert to the Tall Pines National Scenic Byway. There are two trails that bring you through these parts, about a quarter of a mile away from the campground area. Doggos are also allowed and welcome in this secret, little hideaway, so bring your pup along for the adventure!
There are a few things we want to note. First, this campground is only accessible by dirt roads, so it's very secluded and not the easiest to get to. Second, bears are known to roam the area, so be sure to store your food. Third, there is an access code needed to enter this site. Once you reserve a campsite, you will receive a confirmation code in the mail with that access code on it. Also, to reduce the risk of wildfires, campfires are only allowed in the four steel fire rings in the area.