This is a good spot for those with RVs and travel trailers. There are no hookups, but plenty of room.
There are 10 none designated sites. Please keep the campground clean and pack out what you pack in.
No reservations. First come, first served.
10 grills (10 more will be installed at a later date this coming spring to have a total of 20 grills)
No. of Sites
10 sites with picnic tables (10 more will be installed at a later date this coming spring to have a total of 20 sites)
There is an interpretive trail located just around the base of the mountain to the North â travel East on FR 94 taking the first left passed the Apache Creek Campground. The hike is a one mile easy hike.
This is a popular destination for birdwatchers. There are many different species and the tall mature ponderosa pines provide a good habitat for the birds. There are also elk in the area.
Rocks & Minerals
There some great rockhounding opportunities here. Rockhounders have reported finding Agate, Banded Agate, Bloodstone, Bytownite, Calcite, Chalcedony, Crystaline, Fire Agate, Geodes, Golden Luna Agate, Halite, Hematite, Hypersthene, Jasper, Labrodorite, Lava's, Luna Blue Agate, Obsidian, Perlite, Plume Agate, Quartz Crystals, Spotted Agate, And Thunder Eggs to name a few.