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Primitive Campsites (Hike-in)

  • People per Site: 4
  • Number of Sites: 9
The trail to the hike-in primitive campsites. The primitive toilet in the hike-in primitive campsite area. Hike-in Primitive Campsite #1. Hike-in Primitive Campsite #1. Hike-in Primitive Campsite #2. Hike-in Primitive Campsite #2. Hike-in Primitive Campsite #3. Hike-in Primitive Campsite #3. Hike-in Primitive Campsite #4. Hike-in Primitive Campsite #4. Hike-in Primitive Campsite #5. Hike-in Primitive Campsite #5. Hike-in Primitive Campsite #6. Hike-in Primitive Campsite #6. Hike-in Primitive Campsite #7. Hike-in Primitive Campsite #7. Hike-in Primitive Campsite #7 is across from the primitive toilets. Hike-in Primitive Campsite #8. Hike-in Primitive Campsite #8. Hike-in Primitive Campsite #9. Hike-in Primitive Campsite #9. Hike-in Primitive Campsite #9.

Hike in 1.58 miles. No ground fires or pets allowed in this area. No water is available in this area, you must bring your own. A primitive toilet is on the trail.

  • Ground fires prohibited
  • No Water
  • Primitive toilet

$11

Nightly

Plus daily
entrance fee

Notes

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