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Nice secluded BLM site off of Hualalpai Mountain Road. Road is a little rough due to erosion. Close to main road, road is fine.
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Absolute hellhole. Barely accessible and full to brim with folks living full-time.Report Check-In
nice spot. a little tight for our 25ft trailer, but found a good place.Report Check-In
Excellent! Only a few ppl here right off the road. Didn’t drive far to see big rocks or rough road. Great views. 2 good Tmobile bars. Not far from town. Found a somewhat level spot.Report Check-In
Great location. Beautiful views. I have a 40 ft bus and found a decently level place to park.Report Check-In
BLM 14d signage. several crowded sites near entrance, then road is rutted/eroded. very convenient access to town.Report Check-In
It’s a beautiful spot if you can look past the litter. For our stay, we filled up an entire bag from the spot at the front entrance and looking around, it looked like we hardly made a dent. The other RV staying here said someone left a pile the night before. Seriously? Pack in and out your trash. There were also a lot of spots that still have targets and shotgun shells left behind. But it was good for a night.Report Check-In
The road approaching camp area is fine. The first few sites were empty when we were here. But the road beyond the first few sites is scary for a sedan. If this place had been full we wouldn’t have been able to explore further down the roadReport Check-In
Nice open area, the first few spots are near the road and can get quite crowded. The road is then gets rutted but I was able to drive my 51 year old VW to a more secluded spot overlooking town. the view is amazing with the sun set and the lights from town. I don't hear any gun shots yet but it is quite windy.
Some narks on RZRs thought it would be an excellent idea to go offroading at 11:30 with their lights blaring. I don't understand that.Report Check-In
PEOPLE COME HERE TO
SHOOT!!! If you or your pets don’t like gunshots, don’t come here. We have high clearance and camped beyond the crowd. If not for the gunshots, it would be a good spot. For now, 1 nighter. 2 bar cell reception.
Impossible to go further than the first 3-4 spots if you don't have good clearance.
The place is okay? Some people seem to live here permanently. Gunshots in the distance all evening.Report Check-In
Easily accessible BLM site not too far out of town. We pulled in about 11pm. Easy to find a spot. As noted by others, after a hundred yards or so, the road gets rutted, but it’s drivable (especially with a high clearance vehicle).Report Check-In
The turn off the main road is right at a cattle grate. So the farther down the road you go the quieter that will be. But the road has some heavy ruts from water erosion. I got my 2wd sprinter about 100 yards before I chickened out. Another smaller van and an old camper went about 1/4 mile for a nice view of the valley. Otherwise a great spot.Report Check-In