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Already snowed in. 5-6inches of snow on the ground. No overnight camping signs are now up.Report Check-In
Really pretty spot! We parked at the top of the trail head right next to the water. It was definitely buggy but I mean thats to be expected. A few cars came down the road but it was quiet, we got a good nights sleep. (I was standing in front of water when taking a picture of the van)Report Check-In
great little spot on the reservoir. multiple campsites. drive down Johnson road to get next to the water. spoty reception. free!Report Check-In
Everything as advertised, great spot. Right by a kayak entry to the water which was warm and deep enough to swim/bathe.
4 bars AT&T, 3 bars Verizon. solid for hotspots.
The spot is also by a trailhead 'double bit' which connects with south dunham for an approx. 4 mile hiking loop, including a damn crossing.Report Check-In