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We arrived somewhat early since the sites are first come basis and picked a decent campsite. There was a lot of mature trees and tons of shade. We were near the bathrooms so there was more activity, but far enough away to worry. We watched...More
Hadn’t been camping in 10 years. Asked my son if he’d go on an overnite with me. Last time he went he was 10 and he hated it, This campground was wonderful. I loved the site(#45) and it was well maintained by William and his...More
I've lived in the area most of my life. and I can tell you that any one giving this site a poor rating is a moron, or had a real bad experience do to what ever their situation was. People now days will write a...More
Just spent 2 nights here this past weekend. As campgrounds go, it is pretty average. Many of the sights are small but there are some that give you a decent amount of space. We had site 40 which was on a corner and offered a...More
Went on a family camping trip for 3 days at Sycamore Canyon Campground. We had a great time and the campground was very nice. The first day was a Saturday and was full capacity in the campground but remaining days were nice and quiet. Campsite...More
There is a fire ring at each site, which has a grill covering about 1/3 of the ring - works well for cooking and/or you can also bring a gas camp stove. (We use both) You do need to bring your own wood (if a Camp Host is... More
There is a fire ring at each site, which has a grill covering about 1/3 of the ring - works well for cooking and/or you can also bring a gas camp stove. (We use both) You do need to bring your own wood (if a Camp Host is present, you can buy wood onsite from them, but they may not be there - and it's cheaper to buy it at the grocery store). Enjoy - we love it there!