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Another spot to wild camp on this road. You can camp pretty much anywhere. AT&T reception patchy.
Edit: zero T-MOBILE service, 4 bars of Verizon
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The road is pretty bad, but we made it in our very low-clearance 24’ van. The wind was so bad, we left after 2 hours. We still consider it a good place, but not in high winds.Report Check-In
Don’t be fooled, it’s not worth going to the place marked here in the map. It’s just a terrible road that keeps going. I was hoping at least it’d turn into some kind of good view.
I would’ve rather stayed at the end of the Shell gas station parking lot.Report Check-In
The gravel road is of poor quality so we had to go very slowly on our 25ft motorhome. We stopped and camped 1 mile short of the actual point. There are very few options to turn around for big rigs and there is a possibility to get stuck in sand. However we had a quiet night here.Report Check-In
I was on my way to Utah and stopped there late at night. It was perfect, close to the highway, but surprisingly quiet, plenty of space, clean, saw a few fire pits. I didn’t go far on the road 2wd was enough. I saw a big rig RV. This gravel road is accessible by the Shell garage, it was a good timing I filled up in the morning before going back on the road, they had unleaded and diesel.Report Check-In