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Beautiful desert boondocking about 1/4 mile off Rt 90 on Thompson Canyon Rd. Markers say it is BLM land. no need to verify, see the photo. An employee drove by and waved hello. 360 degree views of the mountains and desert. Pristine, NO Trash anywhere, the way it should be. Nice hiking along gas line or electric post trail.
A lot of bleached bones, which I love to discover. We found a horse skeleton!
Wide NM sky full of stars at night, yipping coyotes at dusk. Quiet, no highway noise. I love this state. Stars are so bright and the milky way is painting the sky with sparkles. A beautiful planetarium.
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Pretty much as described… Flat, open, good road leading in, might get a bit muddy if there's a lot of rain. Very quiet! And a beautiful sunset!Report Check-In
flat level parking - looks like it could get pretty muddy if it rained .. more spots down the road by power lines but room for multiple rigs here. Nothing exciting really. Flat desert land and Rabbit Warren's .. not far from road. good gravel. no problems in 32ft motorhomeReport Check-In
Beautiful place. I found some BLM signs up the road a bit. Signs of cows. All good.Report Check-In
So grateful for locations like this. Wide open spaces, so quiet and peaceful and the colors of the sky were beautiful.Report Check-In
perfect night in the desert.
you can continue on the road and you have some others spots.
we slept just before the Ranch fence with our 24 feet RV with no problem.
very quiet and the sky was beautiful.
Great place with plenty of place. Nice view to mountains around. Darl sky for stars watchingReport Check-In
About 7 mikes north of Lordsburg, NM, this spot of BLM land is about 1/4 to half mile off art 90 (a nice highway).
The road in is a well maintained dirt road, easy for my 24’ Class C RV towing my car.
Nice flat areas, with views for hundred of miles. Mountain View’s are 360 degrees. The small amount of city lights are nice.
Totally clear sky’s. Cow poop around, so I’m sure I’ll see cows. I have heard a few coyotes.
Quiet, safe, wide open space. Lots of stars with the city lights off in the distance. Nice place to spend the night with the pup!Report Check-In
nobody else around, dogs love it. lots of cow poop, dogs love that too. road coming in is nice.Report Check-In
Open flat area. No amenities. We stopped at first spot after turnoff that was open. Beautiful mountain and desert views. We were alone. Heard coyotes. Many goats head thorns on the ground made it a little hard for our dog. ATT had LTE. Just a few miles outside Lordsburg, you can see city lights twinkling in the distance. No road noise.Report Check-In
Great spot on the outskirts of Lordsburg and far enough away from the 90 that you can hardly hear the cars. There were several trucks with horse trailers that drove by on the dirt road in the morning but didn't bother us at all.Report Check-In
We pulled off Thompson road by the gas pipeline markers. Fairly flat, ok for our Sprinter. Hiked the pipeline to a gulch, like others found bleached bones. Also a long dead cow carcass. Absolutely beautiful area, thunderstorms and Coyotes, what’s not to love!Report Check-In
after many many city stealth camps this was a nice break. other than the sunset it was not much to look at but super quiet. very occasional car passing by on 90. solid Verizon signal.Report Check-In
Beautiful desert boondocking about 1/4 mile off Rt 90 on Thompson Canyon Rd. Markers say it is BLM land no need to verify, see the photo. An employee drove by and waved hello. 360 degree views of the mountains and desert. Pristine, NO Trash anywhere, the way it should be. Nice hiking along gas line or electric post trail.
A lot of bleached bones, which I love to discover. Death is the clasp on the bracelet of life to form a perfect circle of existence.
We found a horse skeleton! Still wearing horseshoes.
Wide NM sky full of stars at night, yipping coyotes at dusk. Quiet, no highway noise. I love this state. Stars are so bright and the milky way is painting the sky with streaking sparkles. A beautiful, natural planetarium.Report Check-In