Fort Sage OHV (Free) - Diamondback TH | Established Campground

United States

Details

Verified:
about 2 months ago
Altitude:
1370.9 masl
Phone:
None
Contributor:
busbusbus

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
Yes - Average
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
No
Toilets:
Pit Toilets
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes
Sanitation Dump Station:
No

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Description

Free camping at this BLM OHV trailhead. Three sites with picnic tables, fire rings, and BBQ grills. One pit toilet (very clean!), trash cans, and an off-loading ramp for OHVs. There are another six sites at the Fort Sage TH but this one was closer to the hwy and has great views. Far enough from the road so no highway noise but we

could occasionally hear a train in the distance. Very quiet and peaceful at night. OHV trails go all around here so it would probably be noisier when it's busier/weekend. 14 day camping limit and need a permit from BLM for a campfire. 4 bars LTE on Tmobile.

To get here: From U. S. Highway 395 turn East on Laver Crossing road (0 .8 miles north of Doyle) and travel 1.4 miles to Hackstaff Road. Turn south (right) and travel approximately 1.2 mile to Fort Sage Road. Turn east (left) travel 1.1 mile to the entrance of the Fort Sage OHV Area. Turn east (right) and travel about 1 mile to the Diamondback trailhead, the Fort Sage trailhead is .05 miles up the road.

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I've been here before and a regular stopping point. 40ft Class A no problem, the roads into the area are gravel from north or south. There are 3 separate campgrounds of about 6 sites per. Vault toilets, tables, trash recepticles, fire pits and BBQs at some sites. Views from upper sites are great and not busy during week. Free 14day stay, probably one of the best cleanest free campgrounds there is. 4 stars only because no water or any hookups here but we'll worth 5 stars

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What a beautiful spot! Amazing views and camped among huge granite boulders. Three bars LTE Verizon. Pit toilets, tables, and garbage. Grills too! We watched the moon rise and the sunrise!

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As advertised, fantastic spot very clean washrooms however beware of the mice.
Dog had a fantastic run in the morning!

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Really nice (free) camping spots on BLM land! We took the smaller third site among the granite boulders. There are bear proof trash bins by the pit toilet. Two bars on AT&T.

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One of the best campgrounds we've had in over 12000 miles. And it was FREE. Beautiful location. Quiet. Clean. Large, flat sites with gorgous firepits, picnic tables, grills, and clean bathrooms. Even a few cows to welcome us. We stayed one night.

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Nice place for a night maybe two. The fire brigade came by early this am. Didn’t say anything and the blm personnel also came I had the dogs out without their leashes so they run. The lady stopped to talk to my dogs. Said they well behaved lol.

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Just wanted to add 2-3 bars Verizon LTE, 50mbps download 4mbps upload, very useable for videos etc. Great clean place!

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This place is beautiful. We watched a gorgeous sunset from our site. The directions given were accurate and the site is clean and well maintained. We also drove 4 miles in to the town of Doyle and had a couple of beers at the Buck Inn Bar with the owner Steve what a wonderful group of people

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Beautiful place 3 miles off highway 395. Very quiet, clean, toilet, trash bin and for free!
Nice view and amazing sunset.

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Great spot, super clean, tables, fire pits, pit toilet and nice views.

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beautiful place to stay, even for more than one night. super clean restrooms and nice firepits.

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Shocked that I was the only one here on Labor Day weekend. Incredible spot high up with a beautiful view. There are cars and RVs camped in different pull out to the distance, but there’s tons of space at the trailheaded itself.

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As described. Super clean safe place to spend the night!

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Very nice! About 4 miles off of Hwy 395. Road in is good mix of pavement and gravel. I would imagine it gets busy on weekends but here on a Thursday and have it mostly to ourselves. Massive bbq’s and fire pits.

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beautiful views, quiet (have only heard one OHV this morning); clean pit toilet and nice flat surface for parking!

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beautiful views, pristine pit toilet, very quiet on a Monday night in November!

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Didn’t spend the night here because I got stuck at the other spot closer to the highway. But this is the cleanest bathroom I’ve ever seen. Also trash cans and picnic tables. All the spots were taken by pull behinds when I got here on a Sunday morning but there is more sites up the road with vault toilets.

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Free camping at this BLM OHV trailhead. Three sites with picnic tables, fire rings, and BBQ grills. One pit toilet (very clean!), trash cans, and an off-loading ramp for OHVs. There are another six sites at the Fort Sage TH but this one was closer to the hwy and has great views. Far enough from the road so no highway noise but we

could occasionally hear a train in the distance. Very quiet and peaceful at night. OHV trails go all around here so it would probably be noisier when it's busier/weekend. 14 day camping limit and need a permit from BLM for a campfire. 4 bars LTE on Tmobile.

To get here: From U. S. Highway 395 turn East on Laver Crossing road (0 .8 miles north of Doyle) and travel 1.4 miles to Hackstaff Road. Turn south (right) and travel approximately 1.2 mile to Fort Sage Road. Turn east (left) travel 1.1 mile to the entrance of the Fort Sage OHV Area. Turn east (right) and travel about 1 mile to the Diamondback trailhead, the Fort Sage trailhead is .05 miles up the road.

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