Emma H.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 5, 2021


We stayed here the night of Friday 5/28 and left in the morning. We got there around 4:30pm. A lot of the sites with trees and beautiful views on top of the hill were taken, but we scored this gem that was a bit challenging to get to. A 4 wheel drive vehicle is a must. You follow the rocky dirt roads to find places with rock rings. It was the most beautiful campsite I've ever seen. This campsite was free, but there were also a few more accessible spots open down by the lake for a fee. You probably won't have any problems finding a place to camp here, but get there early for the really insane views-- it's worth it!

  • Our campsite sat on a hill; this was the view from behind
  • view from our campsite
  • panorama of the campsite
  • evening view
  • car in far side of picture is our nearest neighbor
  • campfire
  • sunset view from campsite
  • the most beautiful place to make a sandwich!

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