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This area is wonderful, first Texas falls it a great place to stop and explore. Then, if you venture further up into the mountains you come upon the campsites with fire pits and if your lucky you can get one on the river.
There is not much to these sites as far as amenities, just a fire pit. …
Spent two nights on FR207 at one of the fields and explored the rest. This is not a place to go without at least 9" of ground clearance. Views are spectacular, choose either sunrise or sunset and you should be able to get a site to fit your needs.
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I recently stayed at site 1A over the Memorial day weekend(Late May/Early June). After a very quick checkin at the Park office, I headed out to my site. The site features a 200ft(60yd) hike in on a rustic trail. At the end of the trail you are greeted with a nice private site, and an equally…
We spent one night at Site 11. Check in was simple and quick, Ranger was friendly and helpful. We were able to purchase firewood on site. Our site was waterfront and shared a small beach/kayak launch with the neighboring site. Sites are a little bit close, but feel much more private thanks to the…
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Okay so. My friend and I were desperately looking for a place to spend the weekend, and with Covid making it a little more difficult to rely on walking in and finding a campsite, we made a blind reservation for site 8 on Grout pond. Here's what we wish we knew before hand:
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Not a campground.
Road has been closed.
Great wooded sites. Camp here several times every summer to mountain bike killington bike park. Only few minutes to the mountain!
This dispersed camping area is down Upper Michigan Road in Pittsfield Vermont. Drive through the residential neighborhood until you hit a dirt road and see National Forest signs.
This area is open for camping year-round but probably only accessible in Spring through early Fall because the…
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This is one of many state parks all clustered around a few bodies of water in Vermont. The campground has a mix of standard tent/rv(no hook ups) sites and lean-to shelters. Sites are relatively close to one another but have a decent amount of vegetation between them to create a little more…
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I have yet to stay here, but I have explored and walked the camp and ate lunch at the beach.
What I saw was nice, it is a rustic campground with NFS rangers checking in once in a while. The sites are well dispersed and private.
I'm excited to camp here next season.
Very clean and well manicured Campground. Friendly. Helpful staff.
The campground is located on the shores of Northern Lake George (Huage NY). It's worth noting that the campground is located about 30 miles North of the village of Lake George. You are a few miles from Ticonderoga NY (which has a super convenient Walmart). Before the pandemic, the…
Quiet little park on Ricker Pond. I have been camping at this park for 50 years. 3 generations of our family get together when we can. The pond is great for swimming, kayaking, fishing and exploring. Plenty of things to do in the Groton State Forest as well. Plenty of prime lean-to and tent sites…
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We paddled into the campground because it was officially closed. Vermont state parks allow camping in the off season, but gates are locked and bathrooms are closed so camping is primitive. We had a beautiful leanto on the water with a good place to beach the kayaks. Beavers swam by our site and…