Boyer Rd Dispersed Camping
Dee S.
Reviewed Feb. 19, 2021

Not Crowded and Quiet

I camped here with a friend in January/February 2020 we went back the end of January 2021 but it had rained heavily and the road was flooded. Looked like we had a riverside camp. We ended up camping between Boyer Rd. and the Alliance Church parking lot.  It's a nice area.  I'll definitely camp in this area again.

We stayed only a couple days at this location. It's close to shopping and other things you need like drinking water and RV dump services etc. I included a couple maps showing the RV Pit Stop where drinking water is $0.25/gal or 5 gallons for $1.00. To get there from the camping area go back to Hwy 95 and head south toward Main St. you'll see it on your left.  The senior center is also a good place to go to get information. They have an arts and crafts sale the 3rd Friday of each month and a garage sale the 3rd Saturday.  You can get to the senior center from this camping area by going east on W. Desert Vista St. in front of Alliance Church to where it ends at N. Moon Mountain Rd. turn Right (South) and follow N. Moon Mountain Rd. until you pass Cowell St. the senior Center will be on your right. A little further on the left is the Salvation Army Thrift store.

This is good area to unhitch if you're towing and do all the things you need to do in town before heading to a more remote BLM area.

  • This was just the water on the road, but it looked like we were camped on a river.
  • You can see the RVs in the background. That's where the actual camping area is located.
  • My Traveling Trolls enjoyed my walks. There's lots of washes to explore.
  • This is area is not too far from the transfer center where you can dispose of your garbage and recyclables.
  • The clouds were really beautiful.
  • Map to the Transit Center. (The Boyer Rd Camping area is alongside the Alliance Church.)
Month of VisitFebruary