From the town of Auburn, drive south on Highway 49 for approximately forteen (14) miles.
FISHING, HIKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PADDLING
The BLM, Greenwood Creek River Access location provides access to the South Fork of the American River. It serves as a take-out for the Coloma to Greenwood or “C to G” run and as a put-in for the lower Class III run of the South Fork American River. Greenwood Creek River Access has limited parking at this time. There is no fee for use and is available for non-commercial river access.
Greenwood Creek River Access has overflow parking at the Magnolia Ranch Trailhead parking lot. A trail connects you back to the Greenwood Creek River Access.
Hunting and Shooting Info – Greenwood Creek River Access:
NOTE: All California game species are regulated by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW).
Rules, regulations, and seasons are controlled by CDFW, and it is the hunters responsibility to verify and comply with proper species, seasons, zones, regulations, and legal location if hunting on public lands.
FGC 3004 “ It is unlawful for any person to hunt or discharge while hunting, any firearm or other deadly weapon within 150 yards of any occupied dwelling house, residence, or other building or any barn or other outbuilding used in connection therewith. The 150 yard area is a “Safety Zone.”
Also VISIT: South Fork American River webpage.
Return To: BLM, Mother Lode Field Office