The folks at Chief Logan State Park are doing something right. No matter what time of year you visit, you’ll encounter throngs of outdoor enthusiasts swimming in the mega pool, hiking the trails, or livin’ it up at the campground or picnic pavilions. Don’t let its popularity dissuade you—there are more than 4,000 acres to discover, and solitude can be yours in a snap if you know where to look. The rugged Backbone Trail is one such place, nestled deep in the woods on the park’s eastern boundary. The small campground is like your favorite bar—everyone knows your name and enjoys your company.