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Old 07-18-2014, 07:19 PM   #20
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Location: East Bay
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Here's what I found this morning.

$23 to $25 per night. That's 2 vehicles and 6 people max. Having never camped there I don't know how strict they are about it.

Campsites by number

I believe this is campsite #20 in the photo.

Fuel and food.

There is a store at the lake within walking distance of the camp sites. The hours are limited and it was closed so I don't know what kind of selection there is. The building looked like a 20' construction job site office trailer.

Greenville to Antelope lake is aprox 33 miles.
There are two gas stations. A full grocery store and places to eat (the hours have changed quite a bit throughout the years).

Quincy is the county seat and is aprox 44 miles away.
There are much more choices and a cycle shop on the main drag.

Janesville is closer (aprox 21 miles). It 95% dirt all the way to highway 395. I haven't taken that route in a few years. Last time I did, there was lots of cattle and slowed down our progress.

Genesse Valley is aprox 16 miles away.
Lat/Long 40N 02.570' 120W 45.287
They have a sandwich shop (maybe more but it's been a while) that is open on the weekends.

Store phone number
Notice I didn't feel like writing anything down

Taylorsville is aprox 23 miles away. They have a small general store, a post office, a salon (in case you need to get your hair done) and a bar. Yes that is all of downtown. Almost captured in this one pic.

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