MODERATOR NOTE: No overnight camping allowed, please respect the wishes of the locals.
Have not slept there (yet) 2 campers here this morning. This seems to be a natural park free access site.
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Update: This is a busy spot for mountain bikers, and car camping. We didn't mind a bit. If you are looking for solitude it won't be your best bet.
Verizon signal was pretty weak once we got settled. No T-Mobile.
Only one of the spots is big rig friendly,it's the obvious back in spot on the right as you enter the parking area.
Two spots about a mile in from the main road, you'll see two fire rings a good distance apart. The spots are right next to a trailhead, so there's activity during the day. Good Verizon signal. So far, it's quiet, looking forward to a peaceful night. I'll update if needed.Report Check-In
This parking lot has no camping signs including sleeping in your vehicle. Up the road about a mile is another gravel pit with a fire ring and no signs of no camping.Report Check-In
These coordinates show a spot in the middle of a gravel road. No camping there. You have to camp 400mts north (toilet, no camping sign, noise from Hwy.) or 700mts south (no camping sign, not a level spot). We think this is a very poor camping option, sad camper who has to stay there...Report Check-In
we stayed here two nights.little bit further this given spot is an parking lot where we slept. both nights there were at least 3 other vehicles there. a local came by and said that somethimes parkrangers send people away but we had no problems. no toilet here but at the first parkinglot closer to the street there is a pittoilet. this is a 10 minutes walk.Report Check-In