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jesse wardlow

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Kingsley Reservoir Hood River Camping

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Any one camp here? I ride up there a few times a year but have never been to this part of the trails. Any one tell me about it? Is it a good place to take the family? We normally do a few trips to Mcubbins Gulch every summer, looking to spread our wings and camp at different places this summer and ride our bikes and quads.

Thanks.

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X2 on camping info for this area. Been meaning to get down here and check it out. 30' FW toyhauler not afraid of dirt/gravel roads....

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Hey Jessie, i have not camped there but ridden through many times. Seems like it would be a good place to camp. Lots of quads near the lake but a mile from it nothing (typical) so should be good. Real nice area. Lots of areas to camp, seems pretty well organized. Should be pretty EZ to drive any rig / camper to. I's say go for it. :ride:

Looks like this and lots of spaces...

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Hey Jessie, i have not camped there but ridden through many times. Seems like it would be a good place to camp. Lots of quads near the lake but a mile from it nothing (typical) so should be good. Real nice area. Lots of areas to camp, seems pretty well organized. Should be pretty EZ to drive any rig / camper to. I's say go for it. :ride:

Looks like this and lots of spaces...

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Thanks Kelly, i was expecting it to look like that, we always stay away from this end of the trails.

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its a pretty good campground and alot of good trails near by, It can get pretty crowded and the back of the campground gets filled with drunken quad tards! I usualy take a few in our group and take up a few good spots just aboute were kellys picture was taken.

its nice , good swimming and alot of fun for the kids. get a little windy sometimes to stake your tents down, or chase them wichever you perfer.

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