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Camping Questions

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Are chances slim that I can find a campsite on the lake if I get there on saturday morning? I only have an hour drive so I can get there early. If all else fails should I be able to get a spot at wooden frog campground? And are the spots big enough to fit a truck and trailer along with my tent?...Ive never actually drove through the campground before to see what the spots look like, but Ive seen campers there, just wondering if there arent just a select few larger spots.

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I would think that you could find a site on Saturday. Lots of people pull up on Friday so they can drive back the city on Saturday. There are also lots of sites that are not on the map.

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Woodenfrog would have plenty of space for your units. Nice ramp, no water or electric, guts

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Thanks for the replies. Ended up getting a room for the night anyways. Plenty of summer left for camping.

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