If you go to Mt Watagan just get some topographic maps for the area and go cruising
. Even if its a long weekend you should be able to find a failry secluded spot, but you'll still probably have people driving past occasionally. I've been there a few times and its great, but the main campgrounds get very busy.
In fact, pretty much any state forest should be similar. They are far less restrictive than NP's and dont generally have a 'crowd' problem cause there's no limits on where you can camp, so people tend to spread out a bit. You can get State forestry maps from your local map shop that will show you all the SF's in a given region, with details on whats there to do and see and what facilities if any are at each Forest. But they dont always show the smaller trails so its best to have this map to pic a forest, and then get topographic ones for the are you want to go to... or just forget the maps and go cruisin, get lost for the weekend, and then try and find your way home, could make it more interesting
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