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Camping Wyoming and the Black Hills
by Kenneth L. Graham (Falcon Guides)
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I did a lot of research for a recent trip here, and decided to camp at Doyle (because of the cheaper price). Still, driving in we checked out several of the campgrounds. All seem to be situated on the banks of a scenic creek, but I liked Doyle because of the relative seclusion and the larger, more private sites. One loop of the campground was closed when we were there, and trash service was not running, so the campground turned out to be free. The dirt road leading to the campground is in great shape, and is also relatively scenic (LOTS of deer in these fields). We camped on a weekend, but it was not crowded, only 2 other tent campers and an RV parked far away. The stream was in full spring flow. Our site had several level places to set up, but the driveway was quite rough. The outhouse closest to the entrance was filthy, smelly and full of bugs, but the outhouse in the closed campground loop was clean and fresh and even had toilet paper. All in all, the price was right for a great site in a scenic setting.
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