Gold Lake OHV - Outhouse Review

As an avid backpacker, I took a trip up to Gold Lake, CA this summer to enjoy a peaceful trip in the beautiful sierras. It was nearly 25 years since I was last at this campsite and my memories are all quite faded. I was surprised to find one of the most interesting outhouse designs I've ever seen. I neglected to take pictures of the outhouse from the outside but to be honest, there wasn't much to actually see, just four walls with no roof. The door itself was flimsy and offered barely any privacy. Aside from that, this biggest issue with this bathroom is the frequent visits it gets by local rodents that like to chew on the toilet paper presumably to use it for nesting. The result turns out to be a shredded piece of paper is mostly useless to real customers of this facility. There are better options available, the AA-HRTDx4E balances the need for high paper capacity and a mostly included design. Though not quite animal proof, this unit would at least do a better job of protecting the paper from the elements should it happen to rain.

Gold Lake OHV Campground - Public Restroom Review - 3/5 Flushes

Facility Location Cleanliness Design Artwork Free of Graffiti Free of Vandalism Notes
OHV Campground Gold Lake, California   Design   Free of Graffiti Free of Vandalism Not knocking vandalism caused by rodents.