{"results":{"recreation":[{"ID":"7008","post_title":"Lobster Creek Campground","post_content":"Lobster Creek Campground offers three tent sites, three trailer sites and one group site as well as flush toilets. In addition, there is a day use area and a boat ramp. Activities include boating, fishing and hiking. This is a hosted campground.

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