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Rough gravel road leading to several pull offs or connected roads that have a wide variety of accessible campsites. Fire pits are located at each site and most are very far away from each other. No other amenities included
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Very pretty spot at the top of a hill. Room for multiple vehicles. Pretty good cell signal both with Verizon and AT&T. Somewhat high clearance required.Report Check-In
Gravel road (3/4 way) is freshly groomed, last piece is easily doable in any suv, no rocks or potholes worth mentioning. beautiful place. Mint LTE 3 bars.Report Check-In
Incredible place in late June with great views. Lots of spots to choose from, some exposed and some hidden in the trees. A couple people on the way up. The road gets rougher the higher you go. Quite a few mozzies. Very clean, haven't found a single trace of trash thankfully. So rare. Please keep it this way. LNT!Report Check-In
Road is really rough! I made it in my Sprinter with all-terrain tires, but if you don’t have high clearance, traction tracks on hand, or 4x4, I wouldn’t attempt to get here.Report Check-In
Well maintained isn't the description I would use, the road isn't terrible but it does have alot of pretty deep potholes and some erosion. We are driving a Winnebago View pulling a raft on a trailer and didn't see much we could get to. Went to the gps of the original post and it was wide enough there for us to turn around. We came back to a noce turn out right along the road with a pretty view. A couple of dirt bikes have gone by but its really nice and quiet.Report Check-In