Campground
Ashton B.
Reviewed Jul. 3, 2021

Good for hiking, not so fabulous for camping.

Let's start with the positive folks. This site as an amazing parking area that is large enough for rvs and horse trailers to be able to turn around without any issues. There's a wooden pin to be able to keep horses safe and secure over night. Almost all campsites are shaded. There is a trail for either a long hike or a short one. With two littles, we did the short on which around trip was under 3 miles. It looks like if we would have kept going there is definitely an uphill climb to continue the treck, but I'm sure the few is gorgeous on top! Now is time for the negatives that really just makes this place not that great. The campsites are very close together. The ground isn't very level, so tent camping would be bumpy and on an incline. There's also little tree trunk scattered out through out the whole place so it is kinda dangerous for kids to ran around a play. Mosquitos can be murdereres so lots of bug spray! Last thing, it is rather close to the main highway so lots of noise from the traffic.

  • Hiking along the trail. It starts out as a road, but then thins to a single path
  • Lots of wild life to see. We saw a blue jay.
  • This is the "cave" and there was a container for people to leave something behind for others to see. It's not a deep cave.
  • You can see the horse pin to the right. This is opposite side of where most the campsites are.

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