Campground
William S.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Sep. 23, 2021

Primitive site with rough access

This camping site is unmarked and almost literally under a bridge. There's a pull-off to either side of the structure, which quickly goes from asphalt to a very uneven dirt road which had been graveled long ago, snaking down to the river. My small car had difficulty getting down it and the drop-off from the asphalt is abrupt.

When I visited, it had rained heavily so both the road and the site were wet and muddy. The camping site itself is open, with no designated tent sites, but there is a fire ring made of rock and a few stumps and rocks to sit on.

On the plus side, there's a sign posted that the river is open trout fishing all year, with no lure or size restrictions. 

There appeared to be another trail on the other side of the bridge, but I didn't travel that as I wasn't sure my car could handle the mud road.

  • Video panorama of the site.
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  • Viewed from the river, with the fire ring.
  • You can walk right down to the river, which might be a problem if it floods.
  • Posted trout fishing area.
  • Looking at the site from the road in.
  • The access road had once been graveled, but it looks like it's washed away. Note the water puddle: that's a big pothole.

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