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Is there running water that is drinkable?
Murph   3 days ago
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Winton Woods is a nice little campground and is part of a County park system. It has a small lake...
Murph   3 days ago
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No pool. lake yes. But not for swimming. Fishing

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There is no electric at campsites, water is available at three locations in camp area. Bears have not been a...
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Backpacking Routes

 
The Appalachian Trail
2,200 miles. Georgia to Maine.
 
The Continental Divide Trail
3,100 miles. New Mexico to Montana.
 
The Pacific Crest Trail
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