Added by Korey Taylor

This is an amazing camp spot situated on a grassy knoll overlooking the beautiful black and blue mountains and comes equipped with fire ring and benches.

Snaggy Mountain is privately owned land that offers a beautiful camping spot located just outside of the Pigsah National Forest. It's completely secluded by an Apple Orchard and is a great home base for several hiking adventures in the area. The location on the map will get you to the parking spot and from there it is a short 10 minute hike to the spot marked by a fire ring. If you're in the area and looking for a private evening instead of a crowded campground, this will be perfect for you!

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Camping
Dog Friendly
Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Forest
Groups
Scenic

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