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WASHINGTON — Hitching posts to tie up horses line both sides of the campground loop with a grassy oval in the middle for camping. The campground is popular for horse camping because there’s a large area of BLM land adjacent to it.
It can get messy so the lightly used grassy area to the north of the loop is a good choice for tent or RV camping if you don’t have a horse. People also camp in the parking lots at the top of the hill which is where we spent the night.
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