By a reservoir. Official state campground. Has a boat ramp and day use and camping.
We parked under trees up by the north side of the lake. $8 only pit toilets. Quiet and nice. We just parked overnight. Verizon 4G, AT&T no signal.
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Deserted. One of four pit toilets unlocked up by the permanent tents. Whether that is a mistake or by design I do not know. Bring your own toilet paper.Report Check-In
Ok Verizon/Visible service. Not full bars, but data has been high and ping normal, very usable for remote work. Sometimes it disconnects from band 13 and goes to band 66, and data gets a bit slower, but ping still good and connection still usable.
Access is easy, no marked spots but you can see some fire rings. It's $8 a night. We are getting some pretty gnarly wind gusts, but may not be like this all the time.
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Dispersed camping, $8/night. pit toilet locked for season, no signage warning of such.Report Check-In