Standard (Tent/RV)
Group
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
About South Fork Tieton Dispersed Camping

Dispersed camping located along the South Fork Tieton River, near Rimrock Lake. RV and tent sites.  Jay Hawk, Lower Bake Oven, Upper Bake Oven and Minnie Meadows

Operator
USDA Forest Service
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Features
Alcohol Allowed
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
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RVs and Trailers
No Sewer Hookups
Location
South Fork Tieton Dispersed Camping is located in Washington
Latitude
46.5973 N
Longitude
-121.2112 W
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Directions
Highway 12 to Forest Service Road 1200. Forest Service Road 1200 to Forest Service Road 1000.
2 Reviews of South Fork Tieton Dispersed Camping
Pretty disgusting camping area.

I could let go the dust, wind, noise, crowds of jerks not taking covid precautions (in Yakima County which has one of the highest infection rates in Washington, but one of the lowest pop. density in the state), such as gatherings of 30-50 people with none wearing masks, but I can't get over the poo and toilet paper littering the ground. You can see it just driving down the road. Forestry even posted a sign about the poo poo and TP. No wonder so many people are sick. Can't even go for a walk without dodging mine fields of poo and discarded TP. I drove 4.5 hours to get there. Terribly disappointing, disgusted, and left feeling dirty and possibly exposed to covid. BTW, got tested and was negative.

There was also no internet, calls or texting on Sprint.

Location 46°39'57.3"N 121°06'11.0"W (copy paste)

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Dispersed camping

We stayed here 2 nights and will definitely be coming back. Tons of open sites to choose from right along the river. Designated fire rings but currently there's a burn ban. No vault toilets or picnic tables. Pack it in, pack it out! When we first arrived we spent about 20 minutes cleaning the site we chose after the people whom were here before us. Not such a big deal just a little saddening. #1 rule is to leave no trace. Extremely grateful we get to explore and camp on land that is free. We should all do our part and take care of it. 

A little surprising that we had cell phone reception with sprint! 

Near this area there are a lot or activities. Biking, hiking, swimming, fishing, kayaking.. to name a few!