BLM camping next to Highline SP | Wild Camping

United States

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Verified:
18 days ago
Altitude:
1445.8 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
striderathome

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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Nice and quiet BLM camping. Much better than 18 rd camping with 100 other campers in my opinion. A dirt road that would be easy enough all campers, especially the first five or six campsites, the road gets rougher the further back you go. Multiple flat campground sites with a distant view of the lake. 2 bars of cell phone service with AT&T.

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Long road with lots of big flat places to pull off and sleep. No shade lots of exposure. My gps brought me to a road by the state park entrance with lots of no trespassing signs. The actual road is off the highway, dont go to the park. Please pack out your trash!

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Not a bad place to park and a hell of a lot cheaper than the State Park State Park wanted $38 for one night of camping this is free. Plenty of space no amenities roads good enough and it’s quiet only one other vehicle out here should be a good place for the night.

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This is very much open despite what RTVanGo said. Right off Hwy 139. There is an open gate and sign saying "You are entering public land". One other camper (in a Class A mh) while we were here.

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if you are led by your navigator to the park entrance, the access road to this spot is posted "No Trespassing". If you continue north on Hwy 139, and you take Road "T", two miles in you are greeted by a locked gate at the castle guard. lots of turnouts on Road "T" before you get to the cattle guard, but wide open with no shape. Verizon weak but usable. I never did get to the coordinates, but had a nice drive exploring the dirt road.

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Nice enough spot! Nothing too special about the views but super quiet and road in is not bad at all. Some animal bones around but only found them when I was looking for them and didn’t bother me. Only camper for three days over the weekend and only one other car came in and did target shooting for like 20 minutes pretty far away

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Stayed at a spot about a short distance before this one for a few days. There were def a few bones around but there wasn't anything rotting and was kinda cool to see. A fine place to stay for a couple days while doing errands in GJ. The road to the listed spot gets pretty rough but there are several spots before that where the road is easily passable with low clearance/2wd. Full bars Tmobile and Google Fi.

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Basic scrubland pull ins with fire rings. No shade, no amenities.

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Don’t go there. We checked the first five spots. Every spot was dirty and a lot of animal bones. As we took a closer look to one spot, we found a place where it seemed that a butcher reloaded its slaughterhouse waste.
As we entered more into blm land, we also saw a dead cow laying on a sand hill. We left the blm land there without spending the night there.

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Nice and quiet blm camping. Much better than 18 rd camping with 100 other campers in my opinion. A dirt road that would be easy enough all campers, especially the first five or six campsites, the road gets rougher the further back you go. Multiple flat campground sites with a distant view of the lake. 2 bars of cell phone service with AT&T.

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