Brian B.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Mar. 18, 2021

Call the park service before you go

The road into the park can get very muddy. My family and I got stuck on the road and had to camp on the side of the road. There is no cell service. It is not a well traveled road but a park ranger did come by the next day and he was extremely nice. He suggested that when the road dried to move into the park. We decided if we could get our vehicle moving we would get out. Thankfully the mud started to dry up and we were able to get turned around and made it out, obviously. The area is beautiful but I couldn't tell you about the actual park as we never made it in and my family is not interested in another attempt.

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