Squaw Lakes Campground
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Activities at the Squaw Lakes Campground include boating, fishing, hiking and mountain biking. One site is wheelchair accessible and all camping is by reservation only. Facilities include 10 picnic sites, 17 tent sites, vault toilets, and well water.
The campground remains open from November through mid-May with no fee charged, however, there is no drinking water or garbage service during this time. Please remember to pack your drinking water in and to pack your garbage out.