Jean Roach Dry Lake Dispersed Camping | Wild Camping

United States

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Verified:
3 months ago
Altitude:
858.0 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
dillman800

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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Description

Public land. Paved road leading back to several pull offs. Suitable for any size rig. There are dirt roads leading off into more remote sites. Those roads are for 4x4 or high clearance vehicle. Only a mile past the 7 Magical Mountains from Vegas.

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Very close to 7 magic mountains if you wanted to be the first people there one morning.
There is an unregulated gun range on the southwestern edge of the area. We heard plenty of shooting till the sun went down. The hill works as a backstop and we didn’t notice any errant rounds wizzing by or anything.

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Solo female here! I loved this spot. Was craving some peace and quiet after three nights in the city and this did not disappoint. There were enough rigs that I felt safe, but we were very spread out. Lots of turnouts and dirt roads to explore. Plus, great Verizon coverage! Highly recommend.

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We moved around till we found a spot we liked and with great Verizon coverage. Lots of options depending on your rig, we did just fine in a 170 RWD Sprinter.

Was pretty peaceful, the main paved road in and out is definitely used for trucking and we stayed on a Friday night so the dirt bikers and 4 wheelers we're coming in late.

Please pack in and out, SO much trash everywhere!

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Isn't to far from Las Vegas. I drove 35 min at night time. Was easy to find in the dark. I'm the only one here. Easy to drive to. Paved road. There is no soft sand I could see, well packed and mostly leveled. Very quiet. The truckers went by maybe 4 times from the factory. Only spent one night.

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Very quiet on a Monday night with only one other camper van in sight. We can barely hear the highway. Plenty of spots off the dirt roads. Pretty rough on them so 4x4 or high clearance isn’t a bad idea. We did fine in a Grand Cherokee. Good Verizon service here.

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Quiet. Mostly. Lots of off roaders on the weekend. Dirt bikes and buggies. They’re usually in packs or groups spread out on the flat. The map point that this will take you to is at the upper end of the dry lake bed. On Friday - Sunday DAY expect Trump flag waving 5th wheelers, dirt bikes, and buggies. The rest of the week, it’s pretty quiet.

The road to get there IS paved! The best place for cell service is NOT the coordinates of this map point. It’s actually > (35.7800388, -115.2773118) for Verizon users. 3 bars. Data speeds about 40mb down/.8 up. Not stellar for uploading but great fir being in the desert.

I spent about 6 days here. Mostly quiet. At night the trucks do roll by on their way to the processing plant at the end of the road. But for the most part, it’s extremely quiet and beautiful.

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Public land. Paved road leading back to several pull offs. Suitable for any size rig. There are dirt roads leading off into more remote sites. Those roads are for 4x4 or high clearance vehicle. Only a mile passed the 7 Magical Mountains.

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