Our rating system for the safety and conditions of the roads we travel.
ROAD RATING SYSTEM
Roads we travel will be rated on a scale of 0 to 10. Zero means the road is a typical paved roadway with no surprises. 10 represents the worst road our vehicle can handle. One point will be assigned to the road for each hazard it presents to reach its total rating. Points will be assigned for the following.
(1) rough or narrow paved road, potholes
(1) gravel road
(1) gravel road with deep and/or excessive potholes
(1) narrow gravel road
(1) steep inclines/descents
(1) curvy/winding road
(1) single lane bridge(s)
(1) industrial traffic (e.g. logging trucks)
(1) no nighttime road lights
(1) no cellular reception
Check tout the bottom of each blog post for road ratings that look like this:
RR = 6: narrow, gravel road with potholes that includes a single lane bridge, steep inclines and industrial traffic.
narrow gravel road with deep and excessive potholes, steep inclines/descents, curves in road, single lane bridge, industrial traffic and no nighttime lights, no cell service
RR = 2
gravel road, no nighttime road lights
RR = 1
RR = 1
gravel road (NOTE: some roads within the campground are narrow and/or steep, but many great sites fall within the
RR 1 access rating.)