BLM land off US 93 | Wild Camping

United States

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about 1 month ago
Altitude:
1849.7 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
marcrofthrob

Amenities

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

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Description

BLM land near deer crossing structure. Level area, wooded with Juniper, fire ring, 1/4 mile off US 93

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As described, once through the gate, we too the low road that quickly goes up to the hilltop where all the flat camp spots are. Quiet night with some animal making noise under the truck. Beautiful sunset!

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Stopped in to check out this place for future overnights. Went through the gate and ventured in a little bit before we decided to back up as it’s snowing right now and hard to tell the conditions ahead. Just an FYI that this place is off of Highway 93, north of Interstate 80, not west of Interstate 80 as stated in one of the previous posts. It’s a pretty area and we will come back in the spring or summer to stay here overnight.

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Nice space off of 93 with some level ground. We arrived around 1130pm and could not go down the round 1/4 mile, as stated in a previous post. The gate was closed/locked. Though, it’s fairly quiet and dark sky’s provide a beautiful star show.

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Great spot! 10 miles west of hwy 80. Great roads. Enter through the unlocked gate. We did not venture very far down the road with our 30’ rig however we could have gone farther in drier weather. Spent an amazing full moon evening with the snow capped mountains in view.

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Lovely secluded place to spend a night or two. Put Google Maps in satellite view so you can see the dirt paths. Some trash around, reminder to take care of our public lands.

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There is a pull off from the 93 at the gate to enter the BLM land. The pull off is pretty large with an information board about the wildlife bridge. We unhitched here to see if we'd be able to tow in our 36' tt, we can't, there is a good dip in the road not suitable for longer rigs. We are staying at the pull off for tonight. It is nice to be able to go walk our dogs well away from the highway. The gate does have a chain, but not locked, not meant to ever be locked.

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Exactly as described. Really good spot with some highway noise. You have to unlatch the gate once you turn off 93 and then take your immediate right at the Y once you are through.

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Level area, wooded with Juniper, fire ring, 1/4 mile off US 93

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