Throughout all state lands designated primitive camping locations are available free of charge on a first come first serve basis. These designated sites help limit our footprint on the land while still affording you the benefits of wild, dispersed, or primitive camping. Some of these locations may even feature a privy, fire-pit or Lean-to and usually provide a great place to enjoy the solitude of the wilderness.
Primitive camping locations can be accessed by foot, boat, or car. Many of the sites you will find on bivvy are accessible by car. Vehicle accessible camping sites can be great for families with small children or beginner campers.
Primitive camping is fun and by no means do you need to be an ex-boy scout or skilled outdoorsman to enjoy what the backcountry has to offer.
This type of camping does require some basic things to ensure your stay in the woods is safe and enjoyable. When venturing out to the back-country always prepare for a longer trip than you plan to stay, encase an emergency should arise.
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