Right off 395, Thunder Mountain Road. It’s a short ways up and there’s a little dirt drive on the right. It only goes about 500 feet. There’s a level place to park between the pines, and you look back over Honey Lake and a snowcapped mountains. I did not camp here, but I would. It’s a private road, with a few houses further up and a dead end. I hiked up the gentle Hills on either side of the road, as it is marked state land. Only be good for cars and vans, not trailers. There is a large pull in turnaround area just off the road, and there are no signs against camping, just against removing or molesting property. It’s actually very nice, but you can hear the traffic.
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