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Really shocked there aren’t more reviews on this place. There’s beach access with clear water and it’s all nestled between canyons. Very quiet but doesn’t feel isolated. Dog friendly with finished bathrooms that include sinks and mirrors. Only negatives: no camp supervisor- we paid for this site…
Dirt road to a primitive road that’s one way at some points with a steep-ish grade down. No water. Vault toilets. But a spot overlooking a canyon wall with cool foliage around!
A friend and I popped in for a night so due to being nearby Horseshoe Lake where we planned to kayak the following day. The site was super easy to find and accessible being right off hwy 2, and no one camping but us, so very surprised by how open and available the sites were. Enjoyed the spacious…
Quiet peaceful spot
Beaver Lodge was a pretty good first spot. The spot we had for a 29’ was a little tight but there was enough room between the RVs. Problem we had was that much of the grounds were empty but we had a camper on either side. Also, the hookups were not in good spots. The electric was at the front…
We loved this spot and will definitely be going back. Everyone was so nice and the bathrooms were beautiful and so clean.
Campsites are clean, well spaced so you aren't sitting on your neighbors lap. It's fairly spacious as far as the hiking and nature paths you can explore. Sites are limited, I think there might be a total of 17 or so, some of which are day use only, but we have FULLY enjoyed our stay both times,…
Awesome fireplace and picnic area, the tent area is a short walk from the covered area. A public path right through the camping area which was kind of annoying since the tent area wasn’t visible from the cooking area so there were strangers walking around our tents. Nice private beach area.
We went on the 4th of July weekend. The campground was crowded with families but also groups of adults. The families were great but the adult groups not so much. There is no host to monitor people so there were folks running their generators all night and others were up partying until 2 in the…
Happy to find campground mostly empty on holiday weekend. Only needed a place to stay overnight. Water spigots but no water. Campsites had no numbers. Quiet, green, remote.
At the termination of the maintained road there is a boat launch and about half a dozen dispersed camp sites. Four were taken and we got one with some big cottonwoods and nice lake access. Lovely setting. Unfortunately previous campers left actual piles of trash, there was a lot of broken glass…
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The nightly call of the loons sing you to sleep as they howl to one another. The trout are in abundance but are some what if a challenge to keep hooked. Camp site are flat. Huge fire pits. And the night sky like you only see in movies!!
Shout out to Patrick to say Thank You. Great stay with my RV. Full hook ups. A Little packed but the fishing was worth it. Breakfast was great. The stay was fun. Can’t wait to go again. I will book it ever year from now on
Perfect lake to swim in that is connected to a larger ski lake with a channel so there is not heavy boat traffic on the ski lake.
Good secluded campground. Dock to fish on. Not a ski lake