Possy Pool, Shroeder, WA
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Possy Pool, Shroeder, WA

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Possy Pool is a great little camping spot located on the Blackwood River. Its accessable by most cars to the main campsite, but 4x4 or walk down to the actual pool. Winter will be a different story with a couple of water crossing that get pretty slippery.

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