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WASHINGTON — A four mile dirt road provides access to dispersed camping sites along the eastern edge of Mittry Lake. The clearings along the shoreline are the most popular – very scenic but prone to becoming mudholes when it rains and and close enough to get dust from road traffic. Other areas are located in the gravel and rock pits; in the brushy bottomlands; and in the large clearing by the boat ramp.
We found a great spot on an elevated section by a gravel pit. This area gets crowded but the road leads to a more private clearing with a few trees and a view of a canal. Our little group camped in this spot ( where the two RVs are in the background of the photo) for a few days.
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