58 days ago
You do need a WA state Discovery PasS, but there is no additional fee. Right off a paved road. It did not look like the campground had been used this year, perhaps because of COVID. We only overnighted so did not use the vault toilet. There...
This free national forest campground is off the charts! Most of the road in was paved. The last 5 miles were gravel and steep enough that we had to rest our transmission, but it was well worth it. As mentioned in other reviews, most of the...
The road in was paved but had many potholes and was steep enough that we overheated our transmission, but it was worth it. The campground had about a dozen partially shaded sites and the whole time we were there, there was never more that 2 other...
We stopped here to check it out on our way back to a Tonasket. The sites are small, less than 30 feet, but fairly level. There is a vault toilet, tables and new fire rings. The biggest draw back is the road coming in is very steep. It is paved...
The previous reviews are right on so I will just update to say that Verizon cell service is now 4 bars LTE. ATT cell signal is also 4 bars LTE. Enjoy!
This review is for the NORTHBOUTH rest area.
When you follow the “trailer” signs there is little parking on the pavement, but there is a large, flat dirt area to the right that puts you farther from the action. There is a considerable lip to get...
126 days ago
Be sure to come in off of Buffalo Soldier Trail. Coming in or exiting on the side street requires a steep hill where there are many drag marks. The dump is on the south side and not well marked. Other than that it is clean.
From FL Highway 19 is was 3 miles west on Forest Road 74. The GPS coordinates are to the sign where you turn off on the campground drive way. The day we traveled, was after several days of rain and the road was full of potholes and deep ruts. We...
We stopped here to check it out but did not stay. It is immediately off FL Hwy 19 so the road noise is quite noticeable. This is a primitive dispersed camping area frequented by hunters. Many large, low branches would make large rigs difficult...
First make a free reservation at the St Johns Water Management District website. No RV’s allowed, primitive camping only. We stayed in DEC and had to reserve several weeks out. The approach is about 4 miles on a good dirt road. Then using the...
"Sunny with a high desert view, lake down below"
"Beautiful lake, loons, and eagles"
"Forgot to mention the Discovery Pass"
"Small, remote and “quiet” If you like creek noise"
"Solitude with a noisy creek"
"Beautiful lake, beautiful people"
"Not for the faint of heart, but if you like seclusion you may love it"
"Close to highway, ok for an overnight"
"Like a tropical island but times of noise"
"Out of the way, inexpensive, but"
"Tents only with showers!"
"Quiet except for nature"
"Big mostly private sites, road noise tolerable "
"Great opportunities for RV’s, not so much for tenters"
"Beautiful lake, morning traffic noise"
"Huge campground part of Pounds Hollow Recreation Area, good price"
"Small, mixed open or woods, off the beaten path"
"Crowded but great cell reception "
"Cheap, rustic with nice amendities"
"Busy, but lovely and great price"
"Beautiful but expensive for an overnight tent"
"Exceptionally clean, great cell signal, and cheap"
"Came for the cell service and showers"