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Beautiful spot by a clear river for fishing. A local told us about this area. Many state roads off the main road. Well-maintained. Nice, level parking area, quiet road for walking, a state trail for hiking. Just a perfect place on a beautiful autumn day!
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There is a gate across the road! We could not access the road . Hope to find something else of the main roadReport Check-In
Nice and semi private except for some atv’s and possibly locals. I did manage to get a quick shower with my set up. Very quiet overall.Report Check-In
Arrived early evening and had the spot to ourselves. The spot is beautiful with everything correct in the other descriptions even down to the beaver who lives here. The mosquitoes were the second worse I’ve experienced in my life and so we were forced to set up a full kitchen tent just to be “outside”. So quiet though and definitely worth the extra drive.Report Check-In
Little pull out near a wood bridge in a secluded area. Coordinates are correct. Use caution if you are staying here during hunting season. I did, and could hear hunters til after dusk. No complaints, just fyi! Also had a an animal visit during the night. Didn’t get a view of it but could hear it scoping out my hammock.Report Check-In
Nice camp by bridge and river. Very quiet. You can hear beavers splashing all might long. Listen careful enough and you can here train whistles in the distance.
No wind while I was there and I could smell the creosote in the new timber bridge.Report Check-In