Dodge Ridge North Fork Bistro Summer Breakfasts

Join Us for Breakfast on the Mountain at Dodge Ridge This Summer

We’ll be serving up breakfast every Friday, Saturday & Sunday this summer thru Sunday, September 2, of Labor Day weekend from the North Fork Bistro at Dodge Ridge, Just 3 miles up Dodge Ridge Rd from Pinecrest Lake at Dodge Ridge Ski Area. (TAKE A LOOK AT THE MENU)


Tuolumne County Transit Pinecrest Summer Bus Service

Ride The Pinecrest Bus To Breakfast At Dodge Ridge

Keep your parking spot at Pinecrest this summer while you enjoy breakfast at Dodge Ridge. Take the Pinecrest Bus this summer with service from Jamestown to Pinecrest on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. The Pinecrest Bus will also be offering free rides throughout the day within the Pinecrest area with 5 bus stops in Pinecrest, Strawberry and round-trip service to breakfast at Dodge Ridge upon request. (See the Pinecrest Bus stop schedule & pricing)


CAMPGROUNDS

Pinecrest – Meadowview – Pioneer Trail – Fraser Flat – Boulder Flat – Brightman Flat – Dardanelle – Pigeon Flat – Eureka Valley – Clarks Fork – Sand Flat

Please Read the Campground Rules and Regulations. Campers are responsible for knowing and abiding by these inn keeper rules and regulations to best ensure the quality camping experience by all visitors.

 

Reservation Information

Please visit Recreation.gov to make your reservation for the Pinecrest Campground or Pioneer Trail Group Campgrounds or call (877) 444-6777. Reservations may be made up to 6 months in advance.

  • 1/2 price for seniors 62 & older with Golden Access Pass.

    Golden Access Passes can be purchased for $80 at any Forest Service Station.

  • 1/2 price for campers with disabilities.

    Must pick up a Disability Access Pass from any Forest Service Station.


Pinecrest Campground

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Status:
– Now Open for Reservation Only Camping

A short five minute walk from beautiful Pinecrest Lake, the Pinecrest Campground offers almost 200 sites for a variety of tent, trailer, and RV camping for access to all the fishing, hiking, swimming, paddling, and enjoyment that Pinecrest has to offer. The area is mostly forested and each site has a paved parking pad, picnic table, and fire ring. Reservations are required for this campground beginning Friday, May 4. Reservations can be made by calling (877) 444-6777 or online at Recreation.gov.


Meadowview Campground

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Status:
– Now open for first-come, first-served camping 

Meadowview is located right next to the Pinecrest Campground and is a short five minute walk from beautiful Pinecrest Lake. Meadowview offers a variety of tent, trailer, and RV camping with access to all the fishing, hiking, swimming, paddling and everything else that Pinecrest Lake is famous for. The area is mostly forested and each site has a paved parking pad, picnic table, and fire ring.


Pioneer Trail Campground

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Status:
– Now Open for Reservation Only Camping

Pioneer Trail is a group campground with 3 large sites capable of accommodating 50 – 100 people each, perfect for youth groups, family reunions, scouting groups, social groups etc. Parking areas are paved. Each site has multiple picnic tables and large fire rings for serious outdoor cooking.  It is a short walk down the hill to Pinecrest Lake and associated amenities. Reservations are required for this campground by calling (877) 444-6777 or online at Recreation.gov.


Brightman Complex Campgrounds

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Status:
– Now open for first-come, first-served camping 
– View Tabs below for pricing and individual campground details

These 5 campgrounds are small, offering 10 – 35 sites per campground, providing a true high country camping experience. Located on the banks of the Stanislaus River, 20 miles East of Pinecrest, these campgrounds are some of the highest on the Sonora Pass. This area offers some of the best fishing, hiking and scenery in the region. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring, and there is a General Store located nearby at Dardanelle.

The Brightman Complex is made up of the following campgrounds (check each tab for pricing and dates of availability)

Fraser Flat

Status:
– Now Open For first come, first served camping

Fraser Flat is located approx 10 miles below Pinecrest on the banks of the South Fork of the Stanislaus River. Fraser Flat is a picturesque campground located on a gently flowing section of the South Fork of the Stanislaus River. This campground has 38 sites, paved roads and parking pads, tables, fire rings, vault toilets and potable water. There are also 2 ADA accessible sites and 3 fishing piers on the river, one of which is ADA accessible. There are many Forest Service roads and trails in the area which provide access to the region’s forest. Fraser Flat offers an interpretive program on a variety of topics including the History of the Tri Dam project, Mark Twain, and Campfire songs.


Clark Fork Complex

Status:
– Now open for first-come, first-served camping 

Clark Fork Campground is situated along the banks of the Clark Fork of the Stanislaus River, 5 miles from the junction of Clark Fork Road and Highway 108. It is about 25 miles east of the Summit Ranger Station in Pinecrest.


Things to Do In The Pinecrest Area


Campground Rules and Regulations

Please read our Campground Rules & Regulations. Campers are responsible for knowing and abiding by these inn keeper rules and regulations to best ensure the quality camping experience by all visitors.

Campground Comments & Questions

All prices listed are subject to change without notice
These campgrounds are operated by Dodge Ridge under a special use permit from the Stanislaus National Forest.

The US Forest Service