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Pleasantly surprised by the well maintained spots, cleanliness and very quiet. We just stopped for a night while passing through. Easy to find and get to. My son loved all the rocks for his RC crawler.
I love this place so much. It’s far enough from town to have an amazing but close to a gas station if needed.
Not a ton of traffic at night. Sadly this place was victim of the recent fire and a lot of the awesome Joshua trees are black and look dead. I still love it.
This is a great spot. The drive here can be a bit rough if you come down cedar canyon. Cedar canyon and black canyon roads are full of washboard spots that makes for a bumpy ride.
No water or cell service at this site. They do have bathrooms. You do need to pay per night but they had no pencil or…
This site is great. It’s right up against the side of the hillside which helps with shade. This is right off the Mojave road which was well traveled the day we were there. Groups of Jeep’s and trucks came by what seemed like every hour.
You will have cell service at this location. The area has…
This is a great little getaway outside of las vegas and pahrump. After a few miles in, you hit some trees and cooler weather. Stayed for one night, but will definitely be going back. You can ride around on toys and there are several hiking trails. Fire pits only. Some you can park a rig next to, of…
I stayed 1 night (5/7/21) in a roof top tent on my Jeep. I didn’t see anyone else at any of the other sites that I checked out & only had one vehicle drive by in the morning as I was packing up. Very quiet & peaceful, though it was quite windy throughout the night. Lots of burnt Joshua…
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We camp here when we rent kayaks to go on the river. They have showers, bathrooms and wifi which is really convenient due to spotty cell reception. I feel like the spots are a little tightly packed (I am a tent camper) and I also feel like its a little pricey - I think the last time I camped here…
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This place has road side camp sites that are well spread out. Perfect for a night or two. No bathrooms or facilities but that wasn’t a problem
Pros: Love this place. Tons of scenery and wild life. Very quiet and pitch dark with no moon.
Cons: 4x4 speeders on the road. Rangers and fire dept can be a bit nosy and each one says their own rules... But the office says 14 out 14 in. While rebuilding my vintage trailer I stayed here and it was…
We loved our stay so much we had to return. The sunsets are just amazing. No services and had to pick up some trash. No fire ring
This is a site that is in a dispersed camping area and is used be OHVs. It is on Buckwash Road off of Highway 68. Before you get to Bullhead City. When you turn off the highway be aware that crossing the cattle guard there is a major hole go driver side hard and you might miss it. There will be a…
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Dry camped by the water during the week. Pretty spot but very noisy with music and people outside until well after midnight. 10pm quiet time largely ignored and not enforced.
Is this vegas or Oregon?? Beautiful trees and hiking! Camping was quiet and safe.
so this cove is very interesting...
it's in between Katherine landing and telephone cove but they actually have a road called princess cove so as long as you follow the road you will be fine, when everyone keeps driving the main road to go to a nearby boat launch you go right on the tiny road down…
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Huge spots are available!! And some small ones too!!!
camping on the right or left side of the road. If you strike out check the other side and you will be fine.
LOTS OF SPOTS so don’t worry
Very secluded by oleander trees that cover each spot.
Fire rings at each spot
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