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A good smattering of back roads and primitive camping. I parked very close to the boat ramp.
Good Wi-Fi. Would stay here again
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There are several pull out spots and larger areas with fire rings by the boat ramp. There was too much traffic for a wildlife area for me, so I left after one night.Report Check-In
Tried to fix this online but the free camping seems to only come in combination with a permit varying between a day pas of 4 dollar or fishing/hunting permits... too much hassle for a free spot, we moved on.Report Check-In
Great spot real close to the boat ramp and dock. Nice fire rings set up. Highly recommendReport Check-In
Pretty vast back here. Ends in a boat launch area. Not too many incredible spots. A lot seemed to be at trailheads. But we found a pretty spot at the end. Need a free permit to camp. Can stay up to 14 days in a 28 day period. I added a picture of the notice posted at the entry sign.Report Check-In
Location at the edge of the forest. Very calm and very pleasant.Report Check-In
Perfect place, there are 5/6 spots for RVs near the boat ramp, with fire pits. Very quiet.
Just be sure to get an authorization from a DWR agent (free) to camp.