The Narrows at New Fork Lake
We have camped three different times at the Narrows. Love that place.
I know you didn't have time, but if you fish New Fork River, where it comes into the lake, it's full of Brookies and Brown trout. Great hiking, and Mt biking.
There used to be a tree house made completely out of twine down on campsite #10, I think. (on the left at the bottom of the hill.) all three of my kids spent the night up in that tree house. Someone must have spent days, and miles of twine weaving it into the four trees that held it up. The humming birds always woke the kids in the morning.. Sorry to ramble, but we really had a blast at that campground, no one else I've ever heard has stayed there.. Moose often visited the campground also..
I also remember a lot of washboard on the gravel roads going in and out of that place.. Miles of it..
Great RR, by the way. Thanks for posting.
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