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Campgrounds were clean and rangers were friendly. Conveniently located in the park. Great hikes from the campsite and access to many more. Excellent get a way from the rush of normal day and you can be off the grid.
We booked through the parks agency nps.gov, well in advance as we were travelling at the height of the holiday season. We had a lovely spot for our 30 foot RV at Dorst Creek, well-maintained by the National Park service, with clean loos and fresh...More
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
Are the creeks that run near Dorst Creek campground big enough for swimming and/or fishing? If not, what is the nearest swimming hole safe enough for families with teenagers? Any recommended fishing spots nearby? Are there designated bike trails to and from Lodgepole campground? Past reviewers have negative comments towards frequent bear raids and late noisy crowds due to lack of camp supervision, is this still the case? Thanks in advance for your time!