Seneca Shadows Campground
This is one of the forest service’s newer campgrounds, and the layout and facilities show it. And they sure picked the right place to put it—perched on a hill with a million-dollar view of Seneca Rocks. This view is reserved for the walk-in tent sites only. The rest of the campground has to settle for a high-quality camping area adjacent to many forest activities and other nearby attractions. You’re a winner no matter where you stay at Seneca Shadows. Off to your right, in plain view for every tent camper, are Seneca Rocks. Looking at those rocks just drives folks to surmount them. There is a steep, 1.3-mile foot trail to Seneca Rocks, which rise 900 feet above the valley floor. The trail starts near the expanded visitor center, where there are interpretive displays and forest information. There are also interpretive programs at the campground on summer weekends. Rock climbers often stay at the campground.
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Trail Statistics & Information
|Nearby City||Seneca Rocks|
|Campsites||13 electric sites, 65 nonelectric; Fee $6 per night walk-in tent area; $11 per night standard campsi|
|Season||Open April 15 through October 31|
|Camp Elevation||1,600 ft|
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