Power Line Road | Informal Campsite

United States

Details

Verified:
4 months ago
Altitude:
653.2 masl
Contributor:
norakimdietrich

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

*State Trust Land, permit required.
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There are several spots with fire pits just a few meters off the paved access road. Far enough away from the highway to just hear faint background noises. Nice views, and due to the accessibility made a great quick overnight spot for us. Also, good Verizon coverage.

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good open area. 50mbps on 5g cell signal.

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Stayed two nights, no issue, mostly as described. This is state trust land not blm. Permit is required. Easy to check satalite imagery for where people have driven off the road. Plenty of space.

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plusieurs endroits de gravier assez large. nous y avons passé la nuit. paysage magnifique et très tranquille. se fait très bien avec un vr.

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Wide open area & lots of spots off of Temple Bar Road.

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Perfect spot with a view of a wind turbine field in the distance.

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Passed an uneventful night here.

NPR at 88.9.

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Quiet, easy access, no neighbors around! I was a little hesitant to pull up here after dark but didn't have any problems at all. Would recommend

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i checked on the blm map and temple bar road falls outside the blm land yellow overlay (see photos). so there are spots, but its not blm.

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Nice large flat spot with mountain views and no highway noise. Pass the dirt road that goes along the power line and another partial pull-out then you will see the pull-out that goes to several large flat areas. It is big-rig friendly, we had no problems in with our 22' trailer, just a slight dip when you first pull off the paved road, hardly any traffic on temple bar road so very quiet at night, we were the only ones here. Not far from Willow Beach and Arizona hot springs trail, would stay again for sure.

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Ranger from Willow Beach suggested to camp here on Temple Bar rd. BLM land.

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There are several spots with fire pits just a few meters off the paved access road. Far enough away from the highway to just hear faint background noises. Nice views, and due to the accessibility made a great quick overnight spot for us. Also, good Verizon coverage.

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