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Davenport Campground was one of the first Forest Service campgrounds, and is near the now-abandoned Squirrel Creek Campground, the very first Forest Service campground in the country. In 2010, Davenport was rebuilt to evoke the original 1920s design. Adirondack shelters and a common cooking shelter with stone fireplaces were built and old-style log picnic tables add to the historic character of this campground. The campground offers access to an array of hiking, mountain biking, motorcycle and off-road vehicle trails.
Accessible Sites, Accessible Vault Toilets , Adirondack Shelter, Campfire Rings, Cooking Area, Creek Access, Fireplace, Fishing, Grills, Hiking, Parking Area, Picnic Area, Self Pay Station, Tent sites, Trash collection, Canoeing, Kayaking, Lake Access, Motorcycle Trails, Mountain Biking, Off-Road Vehicle Trails, Trailheads
Q: Can you get a 40 ft motorhome into sites at this campground? -1Brooke
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