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Old 05-24-2013, 10:36 AM   #8
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Foxen Cyn then Kerry Cyn June 1, 2 in planning stage

Kerry Canyon Campground, Sierra Madre, California

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Primitive campgrounds like these is a splendid way to get out in the fresh air. Amenities and facilities are few in primitive campgrounds such as Kerry Canyon Campground. Naturally it may be tough to get to a primitive campground like Kerry Canyon Campground, but it's worth the effort. This primitive campground is to be found in an incredibly stunning location. At Kerry Canyon Campground entertaining stuff to do is bountiful, and it is one of scores of wonderful
campgrounds in this region. Some of the things you can do here at Kerry Canyon Campground are hiking, and whitewater paddling, so you won’t get bored.

The tremendous local attractions and such a tremendous variety of outdoors
recreation will beyond doubt have you coming back repeatedly.
Camping in California is such an enjoyable activity. This camp ground is located in the charming Sierra Madre. Pack your tent and sleeping bag and start your engine; Kerry Canyon Campground in California is just the location.
There's a magnificent 15-mile-in-distance class III-IV whitewater part on Cuyama River nearby, the Highway 166 to Twitchell Reservoir section. In the event that you hold

a bit of whitewater kayaking or rafting know-how, this part of Cuyama River could be a magnificent part for your capability. In the event that you are going whitewater kayaking or rafting, you must always check conditions. A tremendous

close by trail featuring a difference in height of 1,444 feet is Indians Trail, a perfect 7.5-mile-in-distance backcountry trek. You have to plan one day to backcountry trek the tough Indians Trail. A charming trail around here is Lake Ridge Trail; it's 4.5 miles in length and has a difference in altitude of 1,833 feet. Lake Ridge Trail is a tough four and a half hours of backcountry backpacking.
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