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Quiet spot about a half mile off Old Oregon Trail Rd and about 5.5 miles from I-84. Leave ranch gate as you found it. Large open area below old reservoir berm. No shade, great for a night. 1-2 bars Verizon LTE
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Pleasant spot off the highway for a layover. Very private and no highway noise. The coyotes were yippin and howling all night. Doesn’t bother me thoReport Check-In
As described. Good place to spend a quiet night not too far from the freeway. if you come with free roaming pets, beware that there's goat heads all over.Report Check-In
Description accurate. Out in the middle of a prairie with a view of wind turbines and powerlines. There appeared to be no gate when we were here.Report Check-In
As has been said, it's pretty quiet here. Power lines nearby but no issues. Road in is rutted and would not be good for 2wd if it's wet. 2-3 bars VerizonReport Check-In
Gorgeous area, completely quiet and I didn’t see another human being. Amazing to watch storms and sunsets! Accessible for all vehicles, just be careful if you have lower clearance.Report Check-In
Very quiet and dark. Much better than the rest stops along I-84 and had strong Verizon LTE.Report Check-In
Quiet spot about a half mile off Old Oregon Trail Rd and about 5.5 miles from I-84. Leave ranch gate as you found it. Large open area below old reservoir berm. No shade, great for a night. 1-2 bars Verizon LTEReport Check-In