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Dirt road off 89A. Must open and close gate. Sign indicating BLM property with no restrictions on camping. Some fire pits along path. Quiet and good views. Can be windy.
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Spent night at the end of the road in 24’ RV about 1 mile from gate. Very windy in July for about an hour at night, but then it settled down. Only a handful of spaces along the road and the one at the end. Beautiful sunset and sunrise. If in an RV, use this one instead of Badger Creek. Road to Badger Creek gets very sandy in the first half mile which could lead to a hassle.Report Check-In
We arrived when it was already dark. So we decided our RV was too big to fit through the gate. We slept on the big dirt pull off the Highway. We could of course hear the traffic, but it was not too bad at night. It was incredibly windy and we thought our RV would just be blown away.Report Check-In
stayed here last night. pretty quiet and gorgeous place. There was a wind advisory and wind was blowing at 45 mph. My Alu-Cab RTT did great. slight rain too. No issues at all. I have T-Mobil. it was slow bit okay. Able to use it. No issues. overall great spot. will have no hesitation to stay here again. There were couple of campers far far away.
Remember to get to BLM land you have to enter thru gate. plz close gate after you get thru
Stayed here one night. Like someone previously said, entry is a little past the coordinates. Awesome spot. Lots of places t park off the road. 2 other rigs camping. No need for 4wd or high clearance. Tons of stars at night. Good T-Mobile service.Report Check-In
Great site with great views. We had decent signal for Verizon and a little signal for att too. Views are unbeatable and it’s just a few miles from a gorgeous bridge over the colorado. Road in was fine for us in a short skoolie. 4wd not required.Report Check-In
Multiple BLM roads off 89A. They all have gates, just open and close after you go in. Roads are decent, 2WD van did fine, but could be pretty sticky when it rains. Multiple semi-established spots along each road and a few go down almost to Colorado River. Quiet even though you’re not far from the hwy. No shade or cover. Beautiful view of Vermillion Cliffs. Spent two lovely nights here, great stop on the way to Vermillion.Report Check-In
The entry turn is a little passed the coordinates. Showed up just as the sun was setting and dang was it stunning!Report Check-In
Coordinates are currently off for the gate. Heading from west to east it’s right before the coordinates on the map. Just look to your right and ya can’t miss it.
This is a very unique piece of BLM land, with only 2 other vehicles letting themselves through the gate in the eve before nightfall when I was there. The red rock and foliage is very delicate, so please do what the posted sign says and stay on designated roads only. And as always... leaving it cleaner than you started with it is how we virtually high-five each other for many years to come 🙏🏼!Report Check-In