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I finally make it to the Yerba Buena campsite with its picnic tables hidden in the shade of many big old oak trees.

I finally make it to the Yerba Buena campsite with its picnic tables hidden in the shade of many big old oak trees. I've completely lost the trail to Yerba Buena campsite because grasses have taken over.ThumbnailsTent is set up at the Yerba Buena campsite, home for the night.I've completely lost the trail to Yerba Buena campsite because grasses have taken over.ThumbnailsTent is set up at the Yerba Buena campsite, home for the night.I've completely lost the trail to Yerba Buena campsite because grasses have taken over.ThumbnailsTent is set up at the Yerba Buena campsite, home for the night.I've completely lost the trail to Yerba Buena campsite because grasses have taken over.ThumbnailsTent is set up at the Yerba Buena campsite, home for the night.I've completely lost the trail to Yerba Buena campsite because grasses have taken over.ThumbnailsTent is set up at the Yerba Buena campsite, home for the night.

I finally make it to the Yerba Buena campsite with its picnic tables hidden in the shade of many big old oak trees. Beautiful setting. Even though one can hear the sounds of people in the car campground up above, those folks have no idea that anyone is down here below them. This is an ideal spot for folks seeking real solitude but not willing to go far to find it. The fact that the trail to this isolated campsite has grown in so much over a few years is a sign to me that hardly anyone ever comes down here.