Reyes Creek Campground might just be the campground of your dreams. Sites along the creek, ample hiking, the perfect hammock spots, dipping holes, and a trout-stocked stream make this place a real monster of a spot. The campground also features nice views of Pine Mountain and is right down the street from a bar and grill (woo-hee!).
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Stayed here 6/17/2016 - 6/19/2016 at Site 17.
30 Sites, most were shaded, they fill up quickly so try to get there early as possible. Some sites were uneven, making it hard to setup the tents. There are a fair amount of bugs so be prepared! There are some hiking trails, all dog friendly. The bathroom was hit or miss, some smelled bad some were fine.
There was a site that played loud music early in the morning (7AM) but most sites were very considerate and nice.
This is my all-time favorite place to camp! It's also a doggie paradise; be prepared for local dogs to occasionally wander up and say hi! The campsite is as remote as you can get for car camping. It's like 20 miles away from anything, except for the bar & grille (and cluster of cabins) about 1/4 mile from the camp's entrance. You can get ice there, as well as great food and drink. I camped there over Halloween, and while there was a bash going on at the bar, we couldn't hear anything at all at our campsite, other than the creek. Site 17 is my favorite; it's far back, yet close to a toilet, and close to the creek.