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Sandy road behind trees next to a river. Nice place. Fire pits
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Good place with great views and a River. Noisey by the bridge but we got used to it. This could probably happen anywhere but got the first mouse in my RV last night while staying here 🤢Report Check-In
Easy place to pull off 99 and camp. Close to the road but calms down in the evening. A few other friendly folks camped also. Nice spot for a night, the bridge is loud so try to snag a spot further away from it.Report Check-In
Great spot, lot of mosquitos, bears in the immediate area, don’t stay too close from the bridge, loud noise when vehicules passes.
Super endroit, beaucoup de moustiques, des ours dans le coin immédiat, ne restez pas trop près du pont car les véhicules qui passent font un bruit assez fort en passant sur les planches.Report Check-In
What a view!!!! Worth the stop! With a fire pit! Very quiet! Slept to the sound of Cayoosh Creek. A small sandy road next to hwy99. “Hidden” behind a line of pine trees. A few spots available.Report Check-In
One of the nicer free sites we've come across. Plenty of space, trees create a bit of privacy from the road (which isn't too busy overnight), possible to swim by the bridge. Be prepared for mosquitos/fliesReport Check-In