National grassland Boondocking | Wild Camping

United States

Details

Verified:
about 1 month ago
Altitude:
788.9 masl
Website:
N/a
Contributor:
sonny jadun

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
Yes - Fast
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
No
Toilets:
No
Big Rig Friendly:
Unknown
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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its the gravel road running g between the boundary fence of National grassland and National Badland Parks. pulled into this gravel road about a mile interior. camped on the side of gravel road, no one used the gravel road all night.. Ni idea what this access road is about. At the entrance of road there was a sign alluding to that road is only dry weather. Couple of spots on road were deep mud, did not use 4x4. 2 wheel drive would have made it thru sides also. In wet weather doubt 2wd will make thru these spots. RTT drivers pay attention to wind direction, it can pick up at night. Great wifi on TMobil network.

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Pulled into the park around 8pm, all campsites were full. Took us about 20 minutes to drive to this spot from the north entrance. Easy to get to. Was able to pull 18ft RV down here with no issues. Little spot at the end of this road that we were able to back into up against a fence without sticking out on the road. Wind was intense, but the spot was perfect otherwise. No other vehicles down here tonight — very secluded.

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its the gravel road running g between the boundary fence of National grassland and National Badland Parks. pulled into this gravel road about a mile interior. camped on the side of gravel road, no one used the gravel road all night.. Ni idea what this access road is about. At the entrance of road there was a sign alluding to that road is only dry weather. Couple of spots on road were deep mud, did not use 4x4. 2 wheel drive would have made it thru sides also. In wet weather doubt 2wd will make thru these spots. RTT drivers pay attention to wind direction, it can pick up at night. Great wifi on TMobil network.

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