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Mill Hollow - A Wild Flower Lover's Paradise

At 8,831 feet into the mountains, Mill Hollow is a cool retreat during the hot summer months.  With a lakeside trail of .8 miles, there are plenty of places to wet a line. 

The lake is regularly stocked with rainbow trout, brook trout and albino trout. millhollow2.jpg (147524 bytes)

The campsites are well spread apart with large pines isolating the individual sites.  Each campsite has a path leading to a nearby clean outhouse.


Drive up to Kamas and make a right on 32.  Drive through Francis and

Woodland.  Mill Hollow is located south of Kamas.  About 11 miles out of Woodland, you'll see a sign to the right pointing to Mill Hollow.  Follow the road out about 3.5 miles.  The reservoir and campground will be to your left.

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