Drive through the gate with the sign "devil's playground" and follow the dirt road. At the begining of the road on weekends lots of RVs with quads, so follow the road up to the hills, find your place behind the rocks and enjoy the view! This area is open to the public and for free, we asked the other campers.
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This was an interesting place to spend the night. With the directions given, it was easy to find. We arrived early evening on a Thursday and were the only ones around. We found a spot amongst the rocks and enjoyed the solitude and the dark sky. There are many interesting rock formations that were fun to explore. The road in was dirt, but pretty well maintained. We will definitely stay here the next time we pass through this area.Report Check-In
Great views from up high. Road is fine in most parts for a Sprinter 170 but a couple uneven divots we had to get out to navigate past. We drove at night. Using satellite layer to see roads is helpful. Google gave multiple routes here, no clue whether ours was the easiest. Full bars Verizon LTE. Great rocks to climb on! It’s a playground! 🤸♂️🚐🐛Report Check-In
No signs of spot as an update for previous comment. Amazing spot after we finally found it. We noticed dirt bike tires hanging on a pole at the entrance though. Quiet. Middle of no where. Some highway sounds even though it’s about a mile off the road. Very bumpy but worth it. Views of the salt flats and incredible cotton candy sunset!!Report Check-In
Nice remote camping spot with multiple sites. Great views of surrounding valley, but can be very windy during the day, winds generally slow at night. Access road is in decent condition. Note: some military aircraft noise occurred during our one day visit.Report Check-In
Drive through the gate with the sign "devil's playground" and follow the dirt road. At the begining of the road on weekends lots of RVs with quads, so follow the road up to the hills, find your place behind the rocks and enjoy the view! This area is open to the public and for free, we asked the other campers.Report Check-In