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“Tight spots in an OHV area”
Reviewed Dec 23, 2018
It seems like this area is more for OHV users accessing nearby trails. There are a few campsites in here but they are all very small and the access trails are very narrow. If you have a trailer or motorhome expect to be scraping brush on both sides, I wouldn’t recommend it even though I did get my trailer in here. Much more suitable for vans or cars/trucks with tents.
The campsites are scattered along a bunch of interconnected trails. Take a look at the satellite photo map before you go in so you can navigate. I’ll describe the sites as you go clockwise around the main loop (taking the first possible left after turning into this area off of US-89:
There is a very wide spot on the trail, basically a pullout on each side with both suitable for a van or small motorhome. This may be your only option if you’re in something bigger than a van but not enough room to turn a trailer around here.
Next you’ll go down a hill and come to a bridge for ATVs. Jjust past the bridge along the loop (not over the bridge, it’s for ATVs only) is a spot that a trailer can be backed into along the creek but it’s very tight with a small pullout suitable for a van on the other side of the trail. I got my 19’ Airstream in here but had to position the door precisely to avoid the brush.
Continuing clockwise along the trail there are 2 more small pullouts along the creek suitable for vans before heading back up to the entrance.
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