Campground
D
Reviewed Aug. 8, 2021

Quiet Peaceful Park

We chose to stay here because no dogs are allowed. The only sounds we heard during a five day stay were the marmots barking at one another and a few noisy crows. The bathrooms and showers are old but clean. The camp hosts are friendly and helpful. Our campsite was level and clean. It had rained quite a bit and there was a little mud to deal with but not terrible. You are within walking distance of the old mill site, town museum, BBQ restaurant, coffee shop. This is what small towns in America were like in the good ol' days. There are a lot of jeeps and ATV's but the 15mph speed limit keeps the traffic noise to a minimum. Originally we were going to stay three nights but added two more nights because there is so much to see and do.

  • Getting ready to leave.
  • Ten mile hike to iconic Crystal Mill. Get a jeep tour if possible.😎
  • Random pieces of marble scattered around the campground.
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