Moose Finch, located in the heart of the Oconee National Forest, is a fairly easy graded dirt trail with plenty of potholes. Expect dust on dry days and mud on rainy days. There's a single shallow water crossing with a sandy bottom roughly halfway through the route. Higher water levels may occur in rainy weather.
There are no dispersed campsites along this trail. However, nearby Scull Shoals Experimental Forest Trail has dispersed campsites. If you are looking for an established campground, the Oconee River Campground is nearby. The campground has five campsites with tables, tent pads, and charcoal grills available to campers. No reservations are required, but each site costs $5.00 daily and is on a first-come, first-served basis
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