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Indian Well Campground (Lava Beds National Monument)

Geology, history, and wildlife all nearby.
  • CampingBotCampingBot June 2011
    Originally posted in the old review system on 06/16/2011 by Zinfan

    We visited Lava Beds Memorial Day weekend of 2011. This is a little visited area with a lot to do and see. You can spend a couple of days exploring the caves and other geological features of this National Monument. There is also a lot of history from the time when this area was being settled. And nearby wildlife areas provide some great bird watching, including hundreds of Bald Eagles in the winter time.
    The campground has two loops and nice restrooms. The A loop is smaller and a couple of the campsites have nice views towards Tule Lake. Overall this is a good place to get away from the usual crowded parks.