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Desert dry camping, large open areas, no facilities, accessible by big rigs.
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First time camping on BLM land. We were attracted to the area because the main road is paved and the transitions getting into the camping areas are relatively smooth and easy. Plenty of room to park and enjoy the dry desert air and the views.Report Check-In
generally level camping area; best suited for RV or trailer camping. small but prolific number of stones would make tent camping uncomfortable w/o a thick sleeping pad.Report Check-In
1st BLM in Ollie LE II. Down road ~2 mi on LReport Check-In
Great place, cool people, lots of options for vibes and space. Need to be proactive to meet people. Verizon LTE not strong enough for vid calls on hotspot but could do some basic work during the early week, was too slow/busy later in the week. Amazing sunsets. Leash your dog pls.Report Check-In
We stayed here for about 3 days. LOTS of land, lots of campers but MUCH more space than any campground. Generally quiet if you get a spot away from the main road.Report Check-In
It's beautiful seeing the sunrise and sunset here. Mot as full anymore. pretty quiet at night and morningsReport Check-In
Nice area for camping. Lots of campers this time of year, especially with the RV tent show and rock/gem show going on. Slow reception with verizon in the evenings but not bad during the day. Great sunsets!Report Check-In
Tons of open space. Close to Quartzite which has great amenities for travelersReport Check-In
Stayed just one night. Plenty of others staying nearby. No amenities but a few fire pits. plenty of space.Report Check-In
wide open flat area, far enough from the main road to be quiet. good verizon service. no facilities. no shade. lots of area to pull thru, lots of fire rings haphazardly strewn about.Report Check-In
Stayed here one night and it was fine. Lots of other overlanders, but we followed the road closer to the Day Use area and had the spot to ourselves. No amenities, but free. Good cell service on ATT.Report Check-In
4 miles west of 95. very nice and not many folks.Report Check-In
Desert dry camping, large open areas, no facilities, accessible by big rigs.Report Check-In