This could be a fantastic camping spot, but in reality it’s just okay. A bumpy four mile dirt road takes you the entrance to this campsite which keeps the general population out, which seems nice, but then again only the hearty make it here and it with it comes people who don’t seem to care about noise and privacy. Its so quiet out here that any talking, wood collecting, and general living can be heard around the small campsite. Excellent place for families that ride bicycles as marked trails start by campsite number 1. No water or other utilities, pit toilet (bring your own toilet paper) and an $8 fee per night. Not much to do if you’re not a hunter or cyclist besides relaxation, although that could be what you’re looking for.