back in site. Some sites are designated as "pull through" but are more of a "pull off" site and the driveway of the site is merely a shallow pull out on the side of the road. Sites offer a picnic table, paved pads, fire rings, bear boxes and of course, views of the dunes. The campground is set on a hillside filled with shrubs and with several loops, A, B and C. Sites in loop A are first come, first served, while B and C can be reserved. A trail from camp, easily accessed from all loops, takes you down to the wide, shallow river that surrounds the dunes on the east. Across this river lies the dunes. To the east of camp, you will find the another part of the park, an alpine mountain system, and to the south you will find a wetland and grassland system. All of these systems coexist in this relatively small space. Be sure to visit the Visitor's Center so you can learn about the park, how it was created and all there is to do here!
Good Sites: 17-18, 20-22, 32, 34, 36, 38-39, 46, 63-64, 66, 67-69, 71, 74
Poor Sites: 29, 30, 52-56, 81-82
Potable Water: Yes
Dump Within Facility: Yes