Type: STANDARD NONELECTRIC
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Campsite and campground are subject to closure, from late April through July, as the lake rises.
During high water, campsite is backpack in only, no vehicles. Walk in down emergency access road near picnic area. Do not go down the hill from the parking area, too steep and dangerous.
Parking is on Hwy 198 in overflow. No parking at the picnic area or in the intersection.
Pay fee at fee station.
Dogs must be on a 6 foot leash. Please clean up after your pet/s.
This campsite has a short back in parking pad and a pull through pad attached to the backing in pad. The site shares the parking pad entrance with campsite 77. The pull through is on a grade. The back in pad is pretty level depending on the length of the camping unit.
Hammocks will need a frame for use. Do not tie any items to the trees or structures.
Not much room for tents on this small campsite pad due to the rocks on the campsite. 2- two person tents, or 1- four person tent would be the limit for the campsite pad.
Site subject to access restrictions during high water season (April - July). Limited access may apply. Campsite subject to flooding during high water.
Be campfire safe. Do not leave the campfire unattended. The campfire should be completely cold / put out upon departure.
This is an open campsite. There is no shade.
In order to back into the site you must go up the hill against traffic flow. Most campers pull into the site due to directionals.