Forest Road 140 and its spur 132 are a camper’s heaven. Together they form Dog Town Road. With literally hundreds of dispersed campsites, mainly along the western end, and an established campground and day-use picnic area, this is a busy road on summer weekends. Dog Town Lake draws anglers, kayakers, and picnickers. The name for the lake came from a nearby prairie dog village.
The road is easy, with one area of hard-bottomed mudholes in the late summer rainy season. Lined with Ponderosa pines, the trail crosses a few open prairies with nice views.
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