Fox Bottom Primitive Campground

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User: narpigeon - 9/5/2009

Location: Comanche Bluff Trail

Difficulty:  Solitude:
Miles Hiked: 3.00 Miles  Elapsed Time: N/A


I thought the trail was perfect, difficult to follow and required quite a bit of back tracking. Due to this I believe most would not return. That is exactly why I am going again. The trees are in poor shape because of the lack of moisture. There was a lot of cows towards the campground. I heard a group of coyotes during the evening. The campground is well maintained and has a nice toilet. There needs to be peat moss available to compost. There is also a nice smoker grill. I made a map of the path I took to find the campground and it is available here.

Area around Comanche Bluff Trail
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