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From Lillooet about 100m before Cottonwood Recreation Site Campground turn right into a Forest Service Road, behind the bridge take a left. Follow this road to a few spots with stone firerings.
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Bridge has been blocked off by big cement blocks. Cannot accessReport Check-In
No problem to cross the bridge with our 5.2 tons truck.
Nice area with plenty of room.
Spots are clean.
No road noise.
Bridge is closed but we managed to cross it. Stressful though, but the view is incredible.Report Check-In
Beautiful fall colours, super quiet. Weight is no concern on the bridge. Look around for nice spots!Report Check-In
Plenty of spots, it’s nice and quiet. I stayed one night, it was perfect.Report Check-In
Nice and quiet place indeed. Some distant road noise. Near the river in a relatively narrow part of the valley with high walls, yet sunny openings in open woodlands.Report Check-In
perfect place to stay with a camper van. nobody was there.Report Check-In
Nice and quiet place. We did it with a small truck camper. we aren't sure about the weight for the bridge.Report Check-In
Nice and quiet spot. We did it with a small truck camper. We aren't sure abouth the weight for the bridge.Report Check-In
from Lillooet about 100m before Cottonwood Recreation Site Campground turn right into a Forest Service Road, behind the bridge take a left. Follow this road to a few spots with stone firerings.