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We were looking for a relaxing quiet getaway with a fire, the trees and the stars near the giant forest and this was a great location. It's on the north side of the main attractions and just far away enough to enjoy a the nature...More
We arrived around dinner time on Friday, and there were people in our spot. Well sorta. There's no real clear boundaries so the people above us had 4 tents, one of which was in our spot. The rangers didn't seem to care either. Luckily there's...More
Site 156 is more private, in the corner, surrounded by rocks, and backs up to forest. Our friends had that site which made it nice because we could just hang out on their site. The rest of the sites are VERY close together, especially in...More
We stayed in Dorst Campground for 3 nights. Our place was 105...a very nice place...lot of space and near the bathrooms. In general you have enough space. The restrooms could be cleaner and no light in there. You can fill up your bottles and it's...More
We stayed in in a walk in site for 2 nights and really enjoyed it. The walk from the car to the site was maybe 30-40 yards, so yes we had to carry everything, but that was done in a few trips. The site had...More
It's not one per site but shared among multiple sites. Usually not too far, though. Some campground will say to dispose in a drain usually next to the bathroom but unless stated, I think it's OK to dispose into the ground as... More
It's not one per site but shared among multiple sites. Usually not too far, though. Some campground will say to dispose in a drain usually next to the bathroom but unless stated, I think it's OK to dispose into the ground as long as it's not close to the water source such as stream/river. I usually don't use anything toxic to wash my dishes and usually biodegradable soap.