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Wonderful place to stay. Ideal for all of the sights and even with the RV we were able to get about really easy. First off you don't need to put food in bear lockers so long as it's in the fridge. Second there are no...More
My group stayed at Dorst Creek Campground the weekend of July 15th – 17th. Upon arriving, the “check-in” was smooth and quick. They did give a quick reminder of the importance of using the provided bear boxes. During our stay, we did see a camp...More
First off, you need to use bear boxes for ALL your stuff. ALL the time. No stroage in your car. Our bear box was in the sun most of the day so we had to use our canopy tent to cover it otherwise the sun...More
We camped for 3 days at Dorst Creek camp site #81. It was a great spot for tent camping as it is in a no generator area so you do not have those loud RVs running their AC all night. We were also pretty close...More
Our family of four stayed at site 204 for four days, which was nice and spacious. The tent space accommodated our 10x10 tent, which was on a very slight slant, but not enough to have us sliding down. We all slept comfortably.
The site was...More
It's not one per site but shared among multiple sites. Usually not too far, though. Some campground will say to dispose in a drain usually next to the bathroom but unless stated, I think it's OK to dispose into the ground as... More
It's not one per site but shared among multiple sites. Usually not too far, though. Some campground will say to dispose in a drain usually next to the bathroom but unless stated, I think it's OK to dispose into the ground as long as it's not close to the water source such as stream/river. I usually don't use anything toxic to wash my dishes and usually biodegradable soap.