Originally Posted by Raoul Duke
I camped in the Buzzard's Roost primitive area a few years back. It's a nice site with lots of trees. Here's the downside: even though it's a two mile or so hike in, it's really close to the highway that fronts the park. As a result, your backcountry experience is kind of ruined by the sound of cars cruising down the highway at 60 mph. I have hiked by the Moss Lake and Walnut Springs sites and really liked them.
As your attorney, I greatly appreciate this advice. I was planning on hiking into the Buzzard's Roost for an overnighter. Perhaps, I will take a left at the giant hump and cruise on out to Walnut Springs.