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Great place with plenty of spots, many with great views of the mountains. This one is tucked back in some trees, elevated slightly off the road for a little more privacy and wind protection.
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Lots of pull outs with fire pits, mainly flat. Good for car camping!Report Check-In
Lots of spots, not for LARGE rigs, lots of trees but upper road is ok for big rigs. peaceful.Report Check-In
Great little spot down from Turquoise Lake, pretty crowded so had to drive around for a while to find a spot. Accessible with low clearance. 3 bars of Att and VZ 4g.
No facilities this is wild camping. some dirt bikers if that bothers you but all in all a peaceful stay.Report Check-In
Many campsites along road. No direct access to the lake except through a steep road needing 4 wheeler and high clearance. Plenty of shaded spots and some with viewsReport Check-In
Great place with plenty of spots, many with great views of the mountains. This one is tucked back in some trees, elevated slightly off the road for a little more privacy and wind protection.Report Check-In