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25 minutes off-road from main road and you’re in the middle of nowhere. Fire pit and a big Joshua tree will give you a small shadow during the afternoon. Only cons: no signal of cellphone service (at least AT&T). Bring lot of water.
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I dont know if i made a wrong turn or if it was just because i came after a rain storm, but the road to this spot was so bad i turned around not even halfway up the road; in a Ram Promaster (and i am a skilled off road driver). Ended up heading down the pass to an easier to navigate area.Report Check-In
No one here on a sat night. Some donkey poop but not bad. No signal ATT. Def stag here again.Report Check-In
Saw a few places with fire pits in the area. Drive around until I found a spot with 2 bars LTE.Report Check-In
Immediately after departing the highway, a sign read “road not maintained” - surprisingly, the road itself wasn’t bad! 1 lane in/out and very little room for error or passerby’s. We arrived to the path directly following sunset with our 3500 and 35’ fifth wheel. It was a tense ride climbing and descending hills, going through blind corners and generally navigating the path. Once we made it to the coordinates, the campsite was fairly flat with fine dirt. Gorgeous at night!! You can see all of the stars.
I recommend going during the day and stopping at the horse corral if you don’t have 4x4 and the necessary skill to make it all the way to the campsite.