This campground is located on the southern shores of Dog Lake. Turning radius on interior campground roads is limited.
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This is a small campground on the south side of dog lake. The sites are tightly packed but level. A large Rv would have a hard time turning around. There is a pit toilet but no running water. The lake is the highlight at this campground for fishing and a small boat ramp.
This campground is located on the south side of Dog Lake. The campground is extremely small with about 10 sites. The area is large enough for Rv's and campers but only has dry camping available. There are no showers and there is one bathroom with vault toilets. The campsites are on a first come first serve basis and are relatively cheap, and Golden Age passes are accepted. There are a few extra spots for additional cars if you want to pay an extra fee for them. Beware: you are right on the highway so will constantly hear vehicles and semis heading through the pass.
Dog lake is pretty awesome for fishing out of. There are a few banks that are easy to access and you can walk around the lake to find better spots.
The campground is very near Clear Creek Falls which offers a nice area to walk along and view the many falls and the creek winding through the mountains.
There is no phone reception up here.