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This was a fun campsite. A little tricky finding the road that lead to it but it was a nice gem. There wasn't many people there so it was easy to find a quiet site in the back. We were there in June so the water wasn't to bad. We hikes over the bridge and down to a little sandy area. I had little kids so it was safe enough considering the water is pretty fast. I do remember it being a pretty dirty campsite. Sounds silly but the kids were covered in dust and dirt.
Beautiful spot with a ton of potential. Unfortunately the camp host doesn't seem to have much pride in their land. The entire campground was littered in garbage. You couldn't walk more than 6 ft without seeing garbage. We had to spend 20 min walking our site picking up trash before we could unload our truck. The bathrooms work, but are disgusting.