This relatively small campground is located at an elevation of 5300 feet in a pocket of Ponderosa pines near the base of the Black Hills near the town of Cherry. The campsites are generally large enough to accommodate most vehicles, though recreational vehicles or trailers in excess of 22 feet in length are not recommended. Drinking water, utility hookups and trash collection are not provided. The campground is open year long and a host is available to provide information and to assist visitors to locate suitable camping sites.
Directions from Prescott: Take State Highway 69 east for 15 miles to the town of Dewey. Turn Left (east) onto State Highway 169 and go for approximately nine miles to FR 372 (known locally as Cherry Road). Turn left onto FR 372 and follow this road for five miles to the campground entrance. FR 372 is suitable for all types of vehicles except when wet and muddy.
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