Rates are now $4 entry to park and the map isn't quiet acurate. A lot of the trees are marked and there are lots of maps when the trails change names. The paper map has different color code for the different types (elevations). Nice and wide most of the time, we did the blue trail which ran into the red trail when heading back to the car. It didn't, instead it runs into the gray trail that will run into red, then the white where we parked. Saw very few campers in the wilderness section or hikers. Good trail when hot, but can see how the drought has kept the man made waterfalls dry and the lake looked very low.
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