The South Fork of the Yuba River lies in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, east of Sacramento at about 5,500'. There are many opportunities for camping, hiking, sunbathing, and just being nude. Directions: Take I-80 to the Eagle Lakes Exit. Turn north and follow the road to the Indian Springs OHV trail head on the right. Follow the rough dirt road to the parking area. Hike up the Jeep trail about a mile then turn onto a road that heads west. Follow this road for about 2 miles to its end then head up stream or down stream and you can find nice pools, rocks and sandy Environment: Take along your sunscreen as the Sierra sun can burn your bottom! The weather in the Sierras is generally warm although thunder showers are common when it is hot in the valley. The river is fairly secluded area during the week, but expect to see others on hot weekends. The area has always seen nude use. Facilities: Over-night camping abounds and all you need is a campfire permit. You can hike, bike, 4wd or ride a horse to the river. There are pit toilets at the trail head but no facilities at the river so bring what you need and remember Pack It In, Pack It Out! Make sure you have plenty of drinking water.