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I have not camped here yet so this is not really a review. I'm trying to get more information about the road to get there. I have read online that they recommend vehicles with high clearance only. We have a very basic 2012 Honda Civic, so not Jeep or truck or anything like that. Would we still be able to make it with this car? What cars have others used? Thank you!
We arrived on a hot Thursday summer day to a busy lake, The camp host's Ken and Renee where very friendly and helpful with lots of knowledge of the area. Wildlife is everywhere here including, Fishing, Eagles, Beavers, and Deer. Laurence lake rode is a tight twisty road and really only wide enough for 1 way traffic if your hauling a small camper. Beware of kids speeding around blind corners. Most sites are a walk in tent site, with well marked trails to each site. Near the boat ramp there are 4 campgrounds you could get a small trailer or pickup camper in to. There is no potable water and there are two vaulted restrooms kept very clean. The campground is well landscaped for a 1 man crew and garbage service is available too. Day use and/or camping fee's apply to help pay for the services.
Cell phone service, and electricity are non existent.
Option to reserve camping spots are coming soon.
Stayed July 2017
Just to give some up-dated info, OHV are not allowed in the campground or on the roads in the area. Camp Host will be on site during camping season from May 1st thru mid-October.
- Mt. Hood National Forest
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- 45.457° N, 121.663° W
- Tent / Van: 20 Sites (Up to people per site)