Flickr album link: Kaler Hollow Campground
Summertime camping in the high elevation pine and fir forests of Utah can be the means for escaping from the modern world into the realm of peaceful rest and relaxation. When you come across a great camping spot it is best to make note of it and the same goes for the less desirable places, since the memories tend to fade over time. With experience, the overall picture becomes clearer, which makes it easier to differentiate between the the good and the bad. The same can be said about the many public land agencies that manage campsites throughout the west and as everybody knows, some are better at managing public lands than others. Some are also less corrupted than others, so it is best to favor local agencies that have a track record of protecting public lands for all to share.
The Kaler Hollow Campground is nestled in cozy spot up in the mountains of the Ashley National Forest and this may seem like an ideal spot for a well deserved camping vacation when browsing internet images. The location is inviting too, since this campground is located next to Oaks Park, which is a vast mountain meadow with a few freshwater springs, streams and ponds. On the downside, it is not till a visitor arrives that the truth be told. All it takes is one quick look at the hundreds upon hundreds of cow pies covering the entire area to see what type of corruption exists in this region. The Kaler Hollow Campground and much of this end of the Ashley National Forest is nothing more than a cow field, so it is best to plug the nose and find a rosier spot somewhere else!
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