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This is just a pull off like the other spot on iOverlander. Pretty level and had space for the dogs to walk around the van. Good Verizon reception too!
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Nice spot. Someone built a tiny fire box that's pretty neat.
A bit of truck traffic all the time. Only had one truck drive honk his horn at every car/RV parked for the evening.
I experience quieter spots in the National Forests, but it works.Report Check-In
It’s a good easy spot but noisy at times from the nearby train and people driving by. More pull off sites that on the map.Report Check-In
Nice little pull out. Got there pretty late around 8:30 pm. Someone did drive by honking their horn around 11:30 pm. Oh well it’s forestry land, as much ours as theirs. Probably had a bad experience and now all of us boondockers are bad guys in their mind. Luckily, I sleep with strong ear plugs and didn’t hear it even though I was still awake lol. Has a good little trial path. Didn’t go too far because of the time but was nice to walk the pup pups.
Not too bad!! I’d stay again :).
Ok place for a night, especially with the proximity to the national park, but the gravel road is very busy. If you have T-Mobile you'll be roaming on AT&T's network and will have intermittent internet.Report Check-In
plenty of traffic on this road, but a few pull offs exist. basically driveway sized spots. attempting to camp a few nights while waiting for main road through glacier to open up to cars. still plowing...Report Check-In
As described. Room to pull our 35’ RV in w about 10’ behind us. Quiet enough spot until one a-hole drove by blaring his horn at 6:15am. We were already up so it didn’t affect usReport Check-In
We stayed here for four nights and it is a beautiful area. However, the gravel road was surprisingly busy and you could hear a train go by a few times in a day. The internet was strong. On the third day, a local blared their horn while passing and then the next day we were out and the local screamed, "That is a trailhead, [email protected]!". So, I don't think the locals are taking kindly to boondocking here.Report Check-In