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  Posted by: BBOLAND79 on Jul-20-12 11:14 AM (EST)
 

Bring bug protection also. Less mosquitos this yr but there will still be some. Also some deer flies at Kipp Landing. Sun will be intense at times. Wind can be strong at times (usually upstream). Thunderstorms are always possible. Shore lines in places can be muddy. I was told camping on private land usually isn't a problem as long as you dont litter or start a grass fire. The Cottonwood trees break easily so don't put your tent under one if its windy. Good hike at Eagle Creek camp. Short loop into some hoodoos. Other hikes also into the cliffs. Take your time and explore the hikes. Bob

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