Grant M.
Reviewed Feb. 2, 2021

No one for miles

A long, gravel road lead me here on a quiet weeknight in October 2020. Crept in driving a Honda about 15 mph on the 20+ mile dirt road. Just when I thought I couldn’t go any further, that I was hopelessly lost, I saw the sign pointing to the campground. Got out, set up a tent and started a fire (it was in the 30s upon arrival, just under freezing at day break). Absolutely pitch black out. There was no one here and no one for miles. Great view of the Milky Way. Totally silent.

Now that I know it’s here (and not just a beacon on the map), I’d definitely return.

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