FS 10 / Mt. TABOR | Wild Camping

United States

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about 1 month ago
Altitude:
248.0 masl
Website:
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Contributor:
thebusandus

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
Natural Source
Toilets:
No
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Description

Many great little pull offs along this forest service mountain road. Many of them have fire rings.. Free wild camping. No cars using the road during the night!

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A couple pull offs up the road. I ended up staying overnight at the parking area near the Silver Bridge because there was more sun to charge my solar. A few cars until the sun set then super quiet. Great verizon coverage to use my hotspot and work. Zero t-mobile signal.

Amazing access to the stream and swimming holes! Definitely take a dip if it's warm out!

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Our particular spot was big, somewhat leveled, about 4 hours of sunshine through trees in August in case you have solar, you just need to move the panels around if not fixed on the roof. Full bars on Verizon/Visible. I was getting 30 Mbps down on my phone, and was able to work remotely for several days.

Some trash, some broken glass, some nails on the ground. Please help clean up.

(we try to report on cell service for people trying to work off grid; IG: @pampas.overland)

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Very beautiful with the fall leafing. It’s definitely cold here this time of year so you will need a fire if camping... As soon as you cross the bridge, don’t miss your first right, where you will find three spots for class b RVs or Sprinters and a fire pit.

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Beautiful and quiet. Don’t miss the first right turn after the bridge to get to a bigger area. Prob for 3 cars. The other campsites are spread out...we drove and saw two, then turn back to this one. There is a nice view point if you drive up

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Great spots up here. Not much traffic in fall. Fire ring and decent cell service (both AT&T and Verizon).

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This is a great find. Stayed in the Big Branch Parking lot next to AT/LT Trail access. Very quiet and safe.

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Paved road to start then turns into a good gravel road. A few small spots with fire rings and some pull outs off the road. You can free camp for 14 days in this National Forest. We actually stayed in the Appalachian Trail parking lot as there is way more space here then in the pull outs. Beautiful by the streaming river with a pit toilet nearby. Very peaceful.

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Forest service road in a beautiful area, AT/LT access very close by. Only found 3 pull offs with fire rings. However plenty of pulloffs on side of road further up. Sites are relatively flat, free, and off the grid. Almost no traffic after sunset.
Would recommend.

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Still a great spot! The only here’ll be a big spot off the right side maybe .25 miles past the bridge.

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Far up the hill past the Appalachian trail. big enough for at least 3 vehicles . Firepit. Lots of bugs.

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Many great little pull offs along this forest service mountain road. Many of them have fire rings.. Free wild camping. No cars using the road during the night!

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