Open: Seasonal Number of Sites: 8 Number of Sites with Electric: No Number of Sites with Electric and Water: No Number of Full Hookup Sites: No
Tents Allowed: Yes Dogs Allowed: Yes
The Marster Springs Campground is actually two campgounds, the Upper and Lower Marster Springs Campgrounds. Each has around 8 campsites with picnic tables and gravel parking slots. There are also vault toilets and trash containers. Both campgrounds are right on the Chewaucan River with most sites having direct river access. Activities in the area include hiking, fishing, bird watching, backcountry exploring (including looking for arrowheads at old Native American Camps), and ATV riding.
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Fish from camp
This campground is one of the few that I have found that actually lets you flyfish right out the back of your camp site. The sites are right on the river and are clean with level parking spots and good tent sites. Not fancy, but great for the fisherman, hiker, or camper seeking solitude.