First off this campsite was the hardest for us to find but it is the easiest to get to in terms of walking. How does this happen? We took the main trail head at the bridle parking lot but this isn't where you should go. The main trail head gets you to sites 1- 3.
You need to be in the same area but instead look over by the pavilion you will see the trail campsite marker for #4 campsite marked. You will never ever find it on the loop. The map is misleading. We naturally did the whole red loop looking for it and never did find it.
So once again go to the pavilion and look over by the firewood shed. You will see the trail to campsite number 4.
This is the easiest and safest to get to if you have any issues with mobility. It is almost a rails and trails walk into this campsite. I have a friend with mobility challenges and can walk on wide open trails. It is gravel but this site and number 10 is what I would pick for her. 10 does have a slight up and in that could be a challenge but it is largely flat.
It is close to the trail but we only saw two ladies pass us by when we were camping here. We did arrive to the campsite late as we did a loop that we didn't need to hike as we were looking for this in the wrong part of the bridle section.
Cell phone coverage with Verizon was very limited out here. Download your maps before you go. No near by water source for this campsite.
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