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Nice sites, leveled, bathrooms with only a sink. Water available if needed. Quiet peaceful, and a host couple that were very enjoyable. BLM recreation area, so only 15.00 a night. No electric or hookups.
Clean RV Park with full hook ups, laundry, showers, restrooms, pet area. Well maintained in an open field. Great stop over place for the area. Owners and camp hosts are on site. Always appreciated.
Nice BLM campground, no beach/swim area on-site, have to walk .5 mile trail to Clarks Bay day use for swimming. Great for RVs, no shade for tents (trees are too young and provide no shade yet). Boat ramp area is small.
The campground is nice enough, lots of brown grass throughout the park that if irrigated would look fantastic. There is a base rate for your camp spot the an up-charge of $5 a night if you have an electric spot and another $5 a night if your site has electricity. Using the dump station is $10 if…
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Jumping Creek campground has seen better days. This 15 site campground is with out trees so you are in clear view of everyone else at the campground. Trees have been removed. The campground has two vault toilets and water available. This is a trash in Trash out campground. Cost is $15 a…
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We were able to get a site for the night in June only because it was a Thursday night. I was told it books up early for weekends by reservation. We got a tent site (parked in lot, walked to site maybe 50 feet). It was perfect with shade and right next to the water. Many sites had little or no…
Newlan Creek had a very nice drive into the campground, was well kept and had toilets, boat ramp, etc. Nice beach areas as well. It is hard to find a site as you have to drive through the loops of sites which have trees and some tight corners for those larger rigs. We had a great stay and enjoyed.
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Kings Hill campground in the Lewis and Clark National Forest sits at around 8000 feet in elevation. This 18 site campground should be a five star but just couldn't give it the 5th on as the area was recently cleared of dead trees and still bears the scares from the process, most notably the…
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Many Pines campground lives up to its name, it sits in a area with many pines. This makes for plenty of privacy in most spots. Campsites are large and each has a picnic table and fire ring, a few have a BBQ grill or extra picnic table as well. Water is available. Campground has several vault…
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Aspen campground is a nice 6 site campground sitting among pine and aspen trees. The campground has one vault toilet and water is available. Was surprised to find no one else camping here on a weekend. Sites have plenty of room and each has a metal fire ring, BBQ grill and picnic table. The…
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Recently renovated, campground is really clean and spread out. Little to no shade for tent campers and bugs get horrible. Small store makes for easy extended stays.
Nice area above shoreline with some shade trees for tents and enough flat area to pull a camper in. Good for day trips, group gatherings too.
Small campground tucked away from highway. Right on shore of river/resevoir. Heavily used train tracks on opposite shore, so you get some train noise but not horrible. Bugs can get nasty with the slow water. Good fishing area.
Cozy forest service cabin, wood stove for heat. Close to highway, so there's road noise but creek and cliffs make it relaxing to sit outside. (Families with small children beware of Proximity to highway).
Great campground with mix of sites and day use. Lots of shore access for swimming and fishing.