Rather than staying at the campgrounds before you get to Holland Lake, go all the way down to the trailhead, backpack in less than a mile and on the right (you may have to get your feet wet a bit but it’s worth the view and experience, you’ll see a little island on the right. Go down the steep trail leading down to the water cross some of the water and jump onto the island to set up camp. My husband and I did this in June. He fished while I read books in my eno. Got up super early the next morning to hike up to the Falls. Great place to camp!
Watch for deers the when going down the 8 miles from the highway, because they are numerous and will randomly jump out. Summertimes are busy so try to get there early afternoon on Fridays and you should be good throughout the week. This is a free campground!
Bring your friends or a hiking buddy. There are 9 other lakes in this area and you’re going to want to see all of them, they all require some hiking and bear spray! But so worth the views! I enjoyed Little T better than Big because of the scenery. It’s $5 to camp/night.
Bring your friends or a hiking buddy. There are 9 other lakes in this area and you’re going to want to see all of them, they all require some hiking and bear spray! But so worth the views! It’s $5 to camp/night.
Absolutely gorgeous lake! So stunning and great for kayakers and canoers. It’s right off the highway so you do get some car noise but not so much during the night. It’s $10 to camp/night. Overall very clean and organized campgrounds.