About: Rockport State Park is a 670-acre camping park in an ancient forest. The old growth was never logged, and the entire ecosystem remains in place, creating a rare, natural forest with a canopy so dense that minimal sunlight penetrates to the ground. The park stands at the foot of Sauk Mountain, which has an elevation of 5,400 feet and a steep but climbable trail to the top.
Restrictions: Maximum site length is 38 feet.
Restrooms: Toilet (2)
From I-5 south:
Take exit #230, and follow SR. 20 east for 37 miles to milepost-96.5.
From I-5 north:
Head towards Burlington and take exit #230,follow Hwy. 20 east for 37 miles to milepost-96.5.
Drive west 94 miles on Hwy. 20 to park entrance.
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