Lake Hill Dispersed Camping | Wild Camping

United States

Details

Last Visited: about 2 months ago
GPS: 36.364004, -117.391334
Altitude: 448.1 masl
Place Website:

Amenities

Electricity: No
Wifi: No
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: No
Water: No
Toilets: No
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes

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Description

iOverlander cannot verify if wild camping is permitted at this location. It is your responsibility to verify local laws or obtain consent before staying the night.

Beautiful spot right next to Panamint Springs and Lake Hill with an amazing panorama. It's free and legal a mile or more away from the highway. It's a gravel road and 2WD is okay but some medium/high clearance may be helpful because there are some washouts on the road. But altogether a good street! Can get very windy out there!

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Very quiet place. Nice view.. we have 1 neighbor(not too close though) at the moment, we feel safer...

Stayed here one night and had no issues. We didn’t see any other campers, but there were several cars driving up and down the road so not totally private. This spot is about 30 minutes from Mesquite Sand Dunes and an hour from Furnace Creek. Not much else over here. No amenities and no cell service on ATT.

Spent the night in this spot before heading into Death Valley, easy to find and a decent drive in without 4x4, only saw 2 other people. Didn’t have any cell service

Wide open spaciousness with monster long views of valley and surrounding mountains. No cell signal. Quiet. Beautiful. Other planetary.

Great spot, beautiful valley. We had 3 bars 4G ATT with signal booster. No signal without. Lots of air force planes seem to use the valley for test flights. Cool but loud.

Beautiful valley. Lot's of fighter jet activity during the day.

Very hot during the day. Cooled down early in the morning. We had a nice breeze. We parked by the old car skeletons. The gravel road is very rutted but we got there in our 2wd sprinter. No spring or lake anywhere not sure what the other person was talking about.

the road was ok for 2wd as long as you take it slow. after you reached one mile of the road, you can pretty much park anywhere on the spot. also it is part of the national park, so you will see park ranger checking on you in the morning.

We sidled up next to some VERY old car skeletons. Beautiful spot in the desert.
Lots of people camping all up and down the road. Easy to put enough space between you and others so that it is quiet. If you keep going for about 4 miles back the road becomes 4 wheel accessible only

Beautiful spot right next to Panamint Springs and Lake Hill with an amazing panorama. It's free and legal a mile or more away from the highway. It's a gravel road and 2WD is okay but some medium/high clearance may be helpful because there are some washouts on the road. But altogether a good street! Can get very windy out there!