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All reviewsbear boxfall river entranceflush toiletstent campingpicnic table and fire pitno electricityevery eveningevery morningconvenient locationvisitor centerwould stay here againnational parklooprangerfirewoodprivacydeer
This is a beautiful campground but there are no threaded water faucets allowing fo an easy fill of fresh water holding tanks. In spite of this (minor) inconvenience, the campground is much nicer than private campgrounds as the sites are well spaced.
Stayed Labor Day Monday through the following Friday and had a great time. Didn't hurt that the weather was just about perfect. We had a walk in sight and it was fantastic. To be honest, we would probably not stay in most of the car-camping...More
Visited several campgrounds in a couple different national parks on this trip and this was a favorite. This had by far the cleanest bathroom (every time we used it) than any others. It was small in comparison which was nice, clean, quiet, and had a...More
We went early in the season so night were very cold, but it was a great, large site and the bathrooms were very very clean. It is located right inside the park and has water onsite. No electricity or showers though. There is a lot...More
This was a very nice clean campground. No showers, but flush toilets and sinks. Site 3 had good shade. Minutes away from the Fall River Visitor Center/park entrance. The visitor center has a big gift shop, nice restaurant, and camp store. Very convenient.
Response from jenksoccer21 | Reviewed this property |
Make sure to look at the pictures of the sites. Some are on flat ground, while others may be up on a hill or tucked down at the side of a trail. The pictures really give an accurate view of what to expect. The description... More
Make sure to look at the pictures of the sites. Some are on flat ground, while others may be up on a hill or tucked down at the side of a trail. The pictures really give an accurate view of what to expect. The description will tell you if you have to "hike in" to your spot, but at Aspenglen, that doesn't mean you'll have to walk very far. It's a really nice campground.
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"Walk in sites are a bit of work, but offer the most solitude/privacy."