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This was my second trip to Morefield campground. This trip I spent 5 nights tent camping here. Great setting, quiet, and perfect for setting up a camping home-base for exploring the park:
The campground is large, reservations can easily be made online, but you select...More
This campground was clean and had electric hook ups. The sites were a decent size and the bathrooms were clean. The shower facility is located by the store and check-in area and they have great pressure and are kept clean. We went on a fun...More
We stayed here for three nights in early July. The campground is well kept and offers water and vault toilets. The sites have a decent amount of privacy and almost all back to a wooded area instead of another campsite. We would definitely stay here...More
We were there just after Memorial Day. The campground was full, but felt spacious, with the areas left between the sites. The stores/showers/laundry/cafe/gas area was nearby, just up a short trail. Could the facilities use updating? Of course, but this is camping. Everything was clean,...More
This is a huge campground within the National Park. I was told that it rarely fills except on holiday weekends. There are 267 sites. There are several loops....some with tent sites and others for RV's. One loop has has sites with full hookup. You can...More
There are only one or two dwellings that you can actually access via guided tours. We didn't do any while we were there, only observed them from different view points, but from what I could see, it wasn't a terribly... More
There are only one or two dwellings that you can actually access via guided tours. We didn't do any while we were there, only observed them from different view points, but from what I could see, it wasn't a terribly difficult hike to/from them. He might be limited in how much exploration he would be able to do within the dwellings themselves if ladders are difficult for them. The guides and park rangers are very helpful here.
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"If you opt to camp closer to the bathrooms - be aware that lights are on at the bathrooms all night."