Come fishing in LaBonte Creek. Steep canyon sides, along with patches of aspen and conifers, makes this area one of the most scenic on the Douglas Ranger District. The canyon bottom is about 6,000 feet in elevation, and has granite rock formations for technical roack climbing and photography.Bear Canyon joins LaBonte Canyon from the south and is frequently used as a 4-wheel drive road but is also used for hiking and horseback riding. This road gives access to the scenic Devil's Pass near the Sawtooth Peaks.
6 campsites with tables and fire grates, vault toilet, no host on site. Pack out trash. Semi primitive campground. Dogs must be leashed in the campground. Signs posted at the campground.Campsites will accommodate trailers under 22 feet in length. There is a limit of 2 vehicles and 10 people per campsite.There are also numerous undeveloped campsites along Forest Road 658, between Curtis Gulch Camground and the forest boundary along LaBonte Canyon.No dispersed camping is allowed within Â¬Âº mile of the campground.
All sites are first-come, first-serve.
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Reviews of Curtis Gulch Campground
Reviewed by Guest on April 21, 2009
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I thought this place was great until late on friday all the rednecks from douglas arrived. Those idiots ride thier ATVs constantly up and down and up and down and up and down the canyon. It's ridiculous, they affect everyone else around and don't care. I know that my camping and time spent there does not affect everyone else.
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