Campground
Sarah W.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Aug. 26, 2020

Blue Water Paradise

We stayed here in mid August and could not have had better weather. You are pretty exposed here, so don’t expect to park in shade. though there are shaded picnic tables and the water was so fresh!

I have never been in a more blue lake, think Lake Tahoe CA blue...

Camping was $10 a night and there were a ton of sites.

The beach itself was pretty rocky, but it’s a very short walk from the campsite.

Fire rings and the shaded picnic table made this and easy place to work! We love out of our van and rely ok Verizon service. Which was roughly 2-3 bars of LTE.

Dogs are allowed here, so our two dogs were able to swim.

Bathrooms were nice and clean! Vaulted toilets, but man were they clean...

You are 25 minutes from a town if you need supplies or a raspberry milkshake.

Worth the trip/stop if you want to hang by a clear blue lake and enjoy a starlit night.

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