Lee Thomas Campground
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The Lee Thomas Campground is located along the North Fork of the Sprague Wild and Scenic River in a Lodgepole Pine and meadow setting. The campground also features rock outcrops with good views.
Accommodations include eight tent and trailer sites (first-come, first served basis), picnic tables and fire grills, and drinking water – hand pump.
Activities include stream fishing for stocked Rainbow trout, bird watching and hiking (Dead Horse Rim Trail). Please bring your own firewood, or gather nearby for camp use. Be aware of mosquitos early in season. The site is also a popular hunters’ camp in the fall.