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Locked gate at the turnoff from 110 probably due to logging activity - the area behind the gate has recently been clear cut. The "Discover Pass required" sign is still there, so likely not permanent closure.
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Locked gate at the turnoff from 110 probably due to logging activity - the area behind the gate has recently been clear cut.
The "Discover Pass required" sign is still there, so likely not permanent closure.Report Check-In
Good enough spot for one night. No one bothered me. Clearing large enough for a few vans. Zero ATT or Verizon signal. I stayed at the 'shooting pit' area though. Didn't investigate the road to the right as mentioned in the previous comment.Report Check-In
Great single site w/ Verizon service! After turning off 101, I took the less-maintained road to the right. After about a mile, dead ends at a great small site with fire pit and tons of firewood. No road noise at night, but some in the morning. Heard a little bit of shooting. See photos.Report Check-In
Less than a mile off 110 (la push rd). Large pit on DNR land. Looks like an unofficial shooting range. Couple dead dear here too, could be highway dumping place for road kill. Plenty of clear flat places to park, we have a 19ft CClass RV and had no issues. Not the prettiest place to park but no one will bother you. Discover pass required. No Verizon serviceReport Check-In