Free primitive camping in designated sites. 7 sites available. Inside Daniel Boone Nat’l Forest. Great for vehicle or tent camping.
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The reviews are accurate. I found a camp site for the night. People kept to themselves. Someone left (loudly) in the middle of the night, and there was no phone reception. I was fine being totally off-grid, but was just worried if something bad happened, not being able to call for help.Report Check-In
First, the good stuff. It was free, first-come first-serve, easy to access. It's a beautiful spot right on a lake.
Now, the not so good stuff. During the day there are people coming and going to fish and do boating. The sites are close together with little privacy. And some of the spots are muddy.
Overall a good experience.Report Check-In
Nice little campground right on the lake. No outhouses or trash service.Report Check-In
I was going to stay here tonight, so I looked it up and found the website for it. But as of yesterday (4/12/21) it's closed due to flooding. Check here for updates: https://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/dbnf/recarea/?recid=66155Report Check-In