A Day Hike To Fox Bottom Primitive Campground

Site 21 Lake View
This is where we started our hike to Fox Bottom Primitive Campground, and then returned.
User: Miles - 3/11/2006

Location: Comanche Bluff Trail

Rating: 5stars
Difficulty: 3point5stars  Solitude: 3point5stars
Miles Hiked: 7.46 Miles  Elapsed Time: N/A

Comments: AH, Spring Break! My Stepson and I Thought we would be tuff and make this hike in under an hour and a half. No way!This is a great area, I like it very much. We took off and made it in about two and ahalf hours, at a fast pace. Be sure to bring lots of water on this hike, if you hike all the way to Fox Bottom campground and back, from Taylor Park. You'll need it!Right now due to the lower water levels, you can hike the full 4.7 (miles) length of the Trail.(one way)So if you feel the need to get out and get in a great hike, this is it! Leave Only Footprints. Not Trash! Miles

Log Photos
Site 21 Lake View
A Lake View From Site 21 At Dusk
Fox Bottom Sign
The Fire Ring at Fox Bottom
Camp site at Fox Bottom Primitive Campground.
Area around Comanche Bluff Trail
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