FR 037 Browse Above I-15 | Wild Camping

United States

Details

Verified:
11 months ago
Altitude:
1467.1 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
vanagain123

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
No
Toilets:
No
Big Rig Friendly:
No
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Description

Take Browse exit, cross I-15 at north end of exits frontage. Groomed dirt road heads west onto backside of Pine Valley MTNs. Several disbursed sites available within a few miles, but no shade due to fire several years ago. 5 miles further steep and narrow but ends and largest Sequoia tree in Utah. Suggest SUV and or 4x4 past about 4-miles

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We didn’t feel comfortable here. Some traffic on this road not from campers. Several people asked if we were ok as if you wouldn’t want to camp here. We did not stay the night

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As described. Road open. Sign near beginning of road says access allowed only to employees and workers on the energy project. No actual restriction or, so far, enforcement. No signs of any energy project in the road up to these coordinates.

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Beautiful spot overlooking Kolob Canyon. Somewhat windy but not too bad. Easy to find based on the description above (note that it's FR 037, not 031). Decent reception.

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Take Browse exit off of I-15. Head West 2.1 miles. Graded dirt road with a fair amount of washboard. Easy to back trailer into site. Fire ring and extra parking space. Two bars AT&T.

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Couldn't actually get to the GPS location. The road was closed due to an "energy construction project". There are two small pull offs before the closed portion of the road.

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Take Browse exit, cross I-15 at north end of exits frontage. Groomed dirt road heads west onto backside of Pine Valley MTNs. Several disbursed sites available within a few miles, but no shade due to fire several years ago. 5 miles further steep and narrow but ends and largest Sequoia tree in Utah. Suggest SUB and or 4x4 past about 4-miles

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