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New Melones Derby - June 29, 2002

Campgrounds

Glory Hole Recreation Area
Bureau of Reclamation, Park Manager 6850 Studhorse Flat Road Sonora, CA. 95370 phone:(209) 536-9094 Glory Hole Rec. Area is located off Hwy. 49 on the Calaveras side of the lake. Glory Hole has two campgrounds, Ironhorse and Big Oak for a total of 144 campsites. There are also three day use areas with picnic tables, grills, water, and restrooms. Launch ramps are located towards the end of the Gloryhole access road. Reservations are not excepted. Golden Age/Golden Access cards are accepted.

Ironhorse Campground
Located on west side of Gloryhole access road. Full service restrooms with showers, watertaps, barbecue/fire pits, fish cleaning station, sewage dump station,telephone, launch ramps, no hook-ups, fee.

Big Oak Campground
East side of Gloryhole access road. Restrooms, showers, watertaps, barbeque/fire pits, telephone, fish cleaning station, launch ramps, no hook-ups, fee.

Tuttletown Recreation Area
Bureau of Reclamation, Park Manager 6850 Studhorse Flat Road Sonora, CA. 95370 phone:(209) 536-9094 Tuttletown Rec. Area is located on the Tuolumne side of the recreation facility, off Hwy. 49. It currently has two campgrounds, Manzanita and Chamise, for a total of 106 sites. Located inside the Manzanita campground are two group areas, Oak Knoll with 10 sites, and Fiddleneck with 6 sites. These are they only sites at New Melones that reservations are accepted. Also, there are two day use areas,Lupine has a fish cleaning station and telephone. Launch ramps are located at the end of the Tuttletown access road.

Manzanita Campground
Located on the south side of the Tuttletown access road. Water faucets, picnic tables, full service restrooms, showers, no-hookups,fee

Chamise Campground
Located on the south side of the Tuttletown access road. Tent camping only, no motorhomes,water faucets,picnic tables,full service restrooms,showers, fee.

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