again, we are taking the spots along the treeline and around the top of that map...100 to 114...[/COLOR]
107 to 110 are heavily covered by trees,
111 to 114 is open space,
100 to 106 has trees but a little less dense.
67 to 77 (open space, no trees, good for RV's) ...
and 80 to 87 (open space, no trees, good for RV's) if need be.
...so going by what you said, I booked #109, but their map is evidently not the same as the one you posted, and it looks like I'm clear on the south end of the facility.
Dang, that was confusing. I finally noticed on the PDF map and map link you posted, the north arrow points "down" whereas their campground reservation site shows it the other way, with north up. So site #109 is good.
I was all over their website trying to find out how many tents or people you can put on a single site. It looks like a max of 8 people and 2 vehicles are allowed on a campsite.
So with a little creative parking, it looks like we can accommodate more inmates up north. I'm trucking my bike in, and I'm tenting by myself.
If anyone else wants to pitch a tent there, I expect we'd be fine as long as we can juggle vehicles so as not to upset the management.
Any input or feedback on this?? Has it worked in the past? Or do they throw a hissy fit if we get too parked up?
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