Free. Tables, firerings but no firewood. Conveniently located close to I 70. Quiet. Quite nice panorama.
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This campground kinda sucks if you're in anything other than a tent. We only came because it was the middle of a rainstorm on the highway and the lovely dispersed spot before this one is now closed.
Only a couple of level sites that were already taken all others are just uneven pull offs to walk your gear down to a tent pad.
Sites are very close to each other, no privacy if that's what you're looking for. Good in a pinch for an overnight. Decent cell service on tmobile.
Part of the road coming in is very very rutted out. Passable in 2wd with dry conditions or light rain.Report Check-In
We parked our camper in a big campsite half way on the road to Jouflas, which appears to be mostly for tents.
You can hear some of the highway noise, but not a big deal.
We have full Verizon/Visible reception, however, ping is high at times and it's not super reliable. I'm measuring a good 30 down 10 up at times, and 10% of that at others. Last night we could not have a reliable Zoom call, we'll have to test during the day. It appears to be a solid band 13 connection though, so most likely a booster may be able to improve it.
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Free. Pit toilets. 20 or so sites mostly geared towards tent camping with a nice 10x10 pea gravel platforms. Fire rings w/ grills and picnic tables at each sight. Only a couple sites are level for rig parking. About a mile in from entrance. Road comin in ain’t too bad. Minivan with a u-haul trailer made it in just fine. Great spot to crash for the night.Report Check-In
Stayed in the camping places about 1 mile to the NE on a weekday. No toilets, pit fireplace was provided, BYO wood. The road was no problem for our 2WD sprinter van. Not secluded.Report Check-In
Beautiful free spot to camp! Amazing view, leveled pad for tents, fire pits, and picnic tables. Accessible through a dirt road. We did it with our truck camper.Report Check-In
This place is AWESOME!! It’s free... Spectacular view! Each site has a picnic table, fire pit and a nice level tent platform! There is a pit toilet and full bar cell service! Oh yeah did I mention it’s FREE!! LolReport Check-In
Just a mile north. Rabbit Valley BLM, same McInnis canyon, down the creek with a firepit, can't beat free.Report Check-In
Nice little campground on a hill. It rained, and created a waterfall above.Report Check-In
Pit toilets and trash bins. Plenty of bike and hiking trails. I saw no picnic tables and very few fire pits. Road extremely rough in many spots.Report Check-In
Verizon 4G reception is good here, also radio is good. We second that's it's a beautiful spot and so lucky it's free. Once down the road just a short ways you can't tell you're by the interstate.Report Check-In
Peaceful and solitary. Camped for one night in complete isolation. Hot, but we made it through. Good hiking and beautiful landscapes.Report Check-In
Nice little free campsite on BLM land.
There are many "unestablished" sites with fire rings that are commonly used also in this area.
there is a large, free camping area for large RVs just a mile or so to the East as well.
Access to Jouflas is easy for truck campers and smaller rigs, but could be challenging for big ones.
there are also some of the most spectacular single track mountain bike trails you'll find anywhere all over this huge BLM parcel of public land.
Beautiful high desert country. Hotter than a pistol in the summer (103 F today), but beautiful nonetheless.
Free campsite near to the I70.
Tables, pit toilets.
Gravel road to access.