McClendon Spring Campground
Explore the Cotterel Mountains or hunt for upland birds and deer near this semi-developed camping destination. McClendon Spring was a favorite resting place for emigrants along the California Trail.
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Accessibility Description (ABA/ADA)
Visitors park in a lot with a gravel surface; distance from specific sites will vary. The campground contains accessible pathways made of crushed rock. However, there are no accessible pathways to the river. Dogs (including service animals) are permitted, but they are not allowed on McCabe Beach.
Each site within the campground has the following accessible features/amenities: -ADA-compliant picnic tables with wheelchair access. -Grills/fire rings.