Three primitive camping areas exist along the trail between Buffalo Rock and Utica for open camping. Each campsite has a fire ring but no water or restroom facilities are available. Sites are accessible by walk-in or bike-in only; no vehicular access is allowed. One of the camping areas designed for youth camping has a shelter with a fireplace. No campsites can be reserved.
Posted by: TrailAPI
on January 3, 2013
Camping, picnicking, hiking, wildlife viewing
Fire rings, picnic areas; no vehicular access to camping areas.
First come first served only.
$6 per night
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Reviewed by James Tracy on February 24, 2016
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Decent but small park. Up on top of a huge hill, so get some decent views, but there isn't much space to spread out or explore. Worth a visit, but don't stay for longer periods of time.
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