If you live off Solar like we do you’ll need to do a lot of scouting to find adequate sites in this North Rim area. Many of the NF sites are in the trees and would get less than an hour of power. We found NF-225 Extremely rutted from summer rains...
The Free Dump is across the street toward the park just before the RV sites so keep eyes open.
Free — easy access — separate fresh water — front of facility on west side !!
Small sites and tight turns and tree overhang - I would suggest a 20’ maximum for this campground. Could also use a good lawnmower to clear out areas.
102 days ago
Lots of space, Great access - has air pressure hose as well ( don’t know max pressure). Absolutely FREE. west side of station.
Says “big rig friendly” but I say Not !! Tight turns, low hanging trees, small sites ....... decided Not to go in with our 33’ 5th wheel.
121 days ago
This is Not BLM ( they would allow 14 day ) but rather State Fish and Wildlife who allow only 3 day stay. You will need 2 boards ( 4 inches ) to level in the gravel lot. There is one ‘space’ in the grassy area but grass is not maintained ( mowed...
This would be fine to park for one night but we decided to stay a bit longer so opted for the local Fairgrounds w/elec at $22 night since it was a Hot week in the 90’s. And we don’t usually stay anywhere for only one night, but it’s a fine parking...
134 days ago
Would not recommend for RV boondock, no turn around once you leave main road and dirt roads leading to ‘campsites’ are deeply rutted and potted — main gravel road not a lot better. Glad we scouted this then went back to “million dollar” boat...
We thought this was the best of the area for our 5th wheel RV. It’s a boat launch area so open to solar/satellite but not much privacy (very popular) and no ‘pretty’ points, but it served our purpose for a nice little stay. We had no cell service.