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small parking lot before walk to sandy Beach area. bathrooms available. slept in our van with no problems. some noise from the road nearby but overall a nice spot
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I stay here quite often, great view of the reservoir and moon/sun rise.
the toilets have been closed for the season.
beautiful view. bathrooms were locked, no “no camping” sign. stunning drive on the way in.Report Check-In
Nice place and beautiful view of the lake. we did'nt see any sign of no.camping. we spent à quiet night two vans...the road to get there is beautiful. Toilette on siteReport Check-In
There is actually a "no camping" sign here, it's super rusty and we missed it the first time we looked at the noticeboard but it is there. Also the path to the beach is washed out, you'd have to scramble to get down to the water. So we moved on to the nearby trailhead.Report Check-In
Nice, small lot with a great view of the lake! There are maybe just one or two spots where you could get level in a van, and the bathroom was locked all of the night we stayed. Good T Mobile serviceReport Check-In
Good spot. You might have to share with a couple people, but it's a pretty big turn around. Another pull out on the way in, too. Reservoir view is nice temperature perfect this time of year.Report Check-In
Boat ramp and parking were plowed and several vehicles parked overnight. We paid $22/night at Anderson cove but will use this place for free next time we ski SnowbasinReport Check-In