Crescent Junction Rest Area | Informal Campsite

United States

Details

Verified:
3 months ago
Altitude:
1496.4 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
tkachuk.cr

Amenities

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

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Description

Paved rest area with a nice panoramic lookout. No shade for the summer months. Full bars cell reception. Restrooms and water.

There are lots of truckers that spent the night with us. No signs telling us "No Overnight Camping"

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Very nice area. Beautiful views all around. There are lots of trucks around but didn’t bother us at all. I didn’t find any bugs at all maybe because of the time we are here

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If you stay away of restrooms better. . Restrooms where not that clean.

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Nice rest area and all BUT there are loads and loads of cockroaches everywhere in the evening, even in the parking lot. Don't know if it is common here. We were quite worried they would get in our car so had to sleep with windows shut. Not pleasant.

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Stayed here 2 nights in a row. Nice and quiet, beautiful surroundings, although can get a little buggy at night. Wasnt ever disturbed

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nice rest stop with toilets and a great view! The only issue is that the big trucks park in the same lot as the cars. their engines are literally just across the driving lane from the back of your vehicle. it was very loud. The first rest area I've ever slept in that I couldn't sleep well. normally the trucks don't bother me but this was a little much. but it was good for A night sleep and a pinch cuz there's not much more around. Tonight I'm a little further east down the interstate at BLM paved lot. very quiet here!

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We stayed here overnight without issue. Nice rest stop at the top of a hill overlooking the highway. Incredible 360 views of the area. Overall, the noise was minimal — road is pretty far away, but the spots are average distance together so other travelers being noisy is the only problem. The bathrooms were clean (but had that porta potty smell) and had running water and plug ins. There were a bunch of pergolas with picnic tables, a pet area, trash cans. water fountains and a water spicket.

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Great rest area, we arrived at 11pm and left at 8:30am for Arches. Great spot on the road toilets are clean and the view is great.

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Water fill up! There’s a Spicket on the side of the building, I went in and asked to fill up and they were cool with it.

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The quietest rest stop I’ve ever stayed at. The bathrooms were fine and there was plenty of space.

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Great spot on the way to Arches NP!
Toilets were open all night.
A bit noisy, cause of Trucks resting here, which have their generators on all night, and traffic from the Highway.
No “no overnight” signs.
Water was taps were closed End of October.
Beautiful sunset views.
Bins available.

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Great spot. Bathrooms open all night. Only east bound access.

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As described. Easy place to pull off and sleep for the night.

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I-70 noise not too bad. Idling semi noise horrible. If it’s not cold idling just wastes fuel. Anyway lots of room in this rest stop.

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Far enough from the road that the interstate noise isn’t very loud. Lots of semis and a few sprinters.

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A nice place to stay for the night. The “interstate lullaby” wasn’t too bad and the views were beautiful.

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Paved rest area with a nice panoramic lookout. No shade for the summer months. Full bars cell reception. Restrooms and water during the summer seasons (it was turned off when we came)

There are lots of truckers that spent the night with us. No signs telling us "No Overnight Camping"

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