Pullout with fire pit at defunct road | Wild Camping

United States

Details

Verified:
about 1 year ago
Altitude:
508.6 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
Torque

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

A medium-sized pullout at an old, defunct road. Could easily park 4-6 cars. Probably too small to turn around a big rig. Someone built a small fire pit and gathered some wood here prior to our arrival, just up a 15-foot path from the gravel pullout.
No amenities here, and no AT&T service. Very close to the road so you will hear traffic, but very few cars drove by on the mid-week night we stayed here.
People prior to us did a TERRIBLE job of leave no trace. Please clean up after yourself.
I’m not 100% sure this place is Kosher to stay, but it was a nice night for us!

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Nice spot with the occasional car driving past but it settled down after around 10pm.
Curious but suspicious cows nearby

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As previously described, easy enough to find. Some traffic on the road during the evening. Lots of litter strewn about. Fresh wood beside a campfire. Quiet and dark spot for the evening on the way to Spruce Knob. No cell service whatsoever.

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lovely road in, with little traffic. easy to find and nice a quite. 30mins north will get you service and a Walmart, 30mins south will bring you to Seneca rocks.

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Medium sized cul-de-sac type pull off on a country road. There was light traffic on the road, so some noise, but it was mostly quiet. We stayed for one night, and no one bothered us. Overall, it's an okay spot near Dolly Sods, and you could probably stay more than one night.

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A medium-sized pullout at an old, defunct road. Could easily park 4-6 cars. Probably too small to turn around a big rig. Someone built a small fire pit and gathered some wood here prior to our arrival, just up a 15-foot path from the gravel pullout.
No amenities here, and no AT&T service. Very close to the road so you will hear traffic, but very few cars drove by on the mid-week night we stayed here.
People prior to us did a TERRIBLE job of leave no trace. Please clean up after yourself.
I’m not 100% sure this place is Kosher to stay, but it was a nice night for us!

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