If all you need is a cheap, safe overnight spot to camp, this place is great. Off the beaten path north of I70, it has picnic tables, fire pits, pit toilets and a pavilion. Free.
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So many sites to choose from. The first few area with multiple sites had 1 car and the last before going around the lake which is only open seasonally had around 3 campers. We went back and chose an area that had no one else. There was a truck that drove by in the night and a can that came in around 6 am parked right in front of us, went out in a kayak for a couple hours and then left. At 2:30 am we woke up to someone in a canoe with an extremely bright light they were shining around. Besides this it was quiet minimal garbage and beautiful. Game warden drove by in the morning and just waved. We would’ve been happy to stay a few nights but this was just a stop traveling through. Wasn’t too far off I-70 and great free site.Report Check-In
stopped here to get out of the wind. nice and pretty little lake. has picnic tables & pit toilets by the Pavillion. free camping. game warden came thru in the morning, not talkative,but was friendly.Report Check-In
Tons of sites all along the perimeter of the lake, some with picnic tables and/or fire rings. pack it in pack it out.Report Check-In
Really pretty lake with secluded sites. The roads are a little rough but it is gorgeousReport Check-In