Rock is the uppermost campground on this section
of the East Fork of the Black River. Small and closely knit,
only small trailers can fit into these campsites. Diamond
Rock is nicely shaded by ponderosa pines and sits just a
few paces away from the river. The campground also contains
a few sites that have wooden shelters that were built by
the Civilian Conservations Corps (CCC) in the 1930's.
at Diamond Rock is great on light tackle as the fish tend
to be a bit smaller as the river narrows is this area. Although,
the last time I was there in 2004, I caught a nice 17"
brown trout by the one lane bridge just a mile downstream
from the campground.
Diamond Rock Campground 360 degree Panoramas
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 (Camp Host)
the Big Lake entrance head up the dirt road towards Three
Forks 7.5 miles on FR 113 which turns into FR 249. Turn
Right at the FR 403 (signs also guide the way) and travel
3 miles to FR 276. Descend into the Canyon 3.6 miles to