Ruby’s Hideout | Wild Camping

United States

Details

Verified:
9 days ago
Altitude:
1665.8 masl
Website:
None

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

Awesome spot with sweeping views of the prairie and the rock formations around. It’ll just be you, the wild horses, and the cowboys out here. The small turn out this spot is located in is big enough for possibly two van sized vehicles. Don’t expect to get perfectly level without using blocks The road out was easy, It’s maintained for school buses. Cell reception is spotty(Verizon), Spotify will load very slowly and texts will send but you’re out of luck for anything else without a booster. No services so keep it clean keep it cool my friends. Safe travels

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Beautiful sunrise! Red dirt road for 1.5 miles to site. Actually there were options for flat spots. No leveling blocks needed if pick the right place.

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It was nice for a quick night’s stay but do NOT go during wet times. The red clay will sink your tires.
No t-mobile service in the area.

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Be sure to park on the west side of the road. See photo. There is an extra lane for overnight parking. From the ground, it looks like the second turn out is for parking but it isn’t. The residents will ask you to move. Note: if you’re anywhere near level, you’re in the wrong spot.

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Got in late at night but Google maps got us there easily based on coordinates. Not a single vehicle went past us all night. Super quiet and serene. We had great cell reception on Verizon with Weboost.

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Directions are spot on. The road is very well maintained. I had the spot to myself. Very peaceful. Some road noise (about 1 mile away).
Stunning panoramic views. I saw one coyote walking down the road on my drive in.
The spot I parked in appeared to be the same one most folks use...it's somewhat level. I could see this place being a muddy mess in wet conditions.
My Verizon connection was poor at best. it had me roaming, and maintaining one bar was a struggle. Starlink worked like a champ.

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As described. We arrived at 22:30, easy to get to in the dark. Barely any washboard on the dirt road, so that was awesome. One other van here, but plenty of space to spread out. Service was good enough for my husband to game (connecting through ATT hotspot on his phone). Epic views. Perfect spot to sleep on our way from Flagstaff to Durango.

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Great spot. The road was pretty good coming in.
I have 1 bar of Verizon, 3 bars of T-Mobile, and 2 bars of AT&T.
The view is amazing been here for around an hour and a half and have not seen another vehicle.

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Place was beautiful! We had it to ourselves, a few locals drove by and waved at us. We were able to fit our Jeep Cherokee rooftop tent there no problem. I’m sure there are lots of hideaways out there. We arrived when the flowers were coating the earth, truly beautiful. Sunset and sunrise were gorgeous, wonderful recommendation!

ATT struggles, 1-3 bars off and on.

We cleaned up some of the litter there, but we didn’t get it all. Please pitch in when you stay, to keep it beautiful!!

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Great little spot to park overnight - stunning views, and also high wind right now. You can see a few locals' houses, and I'd imagine if you stayed more than 1 night, the locals may get upset (I left a little late around noon, and someone had honked at me, but no biggie).

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Cute pull offs right where it says it is. Great morning views! Great off, but close to hwy option.

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Coordinates are accurate. There’s a road off of 160 and turns into a dirt path that is indeed made for school buses, 4x4 is not needed but helpful.

Once you reach the coordinates, it’s a tight pull off red rock road and fairly flat to park vehicle or a tent. It was pretty cold this time of year at night, lowest temperature was 21 degrees F.

Ruby’s is a great spot to wake up to in the morning with beautiful views and sightings dog cows. Real quiet at night

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Coordinates are accurate. there’s a road off of 160 and turns into a dirt path that is indeed made for buses, 4x4 is not needed but helpful.

Once you reach the coordinate, it’s a tight pull off red rock road and fairly flat to leave vehicle or a tent. It was pretty cold this time of year, lowest temperature was 21 degrees F.

Ruby’s is a great spot to wake up to in the morning with beautiful views and sightings of cows. Real quiet at night

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Stayed here for a night. Right off the road and pretty quiet.

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Awesome spot with sweeping views of the prairie and the rock formations around. It’ll just be you, the wild horses, and the cowboys out here. The small turn out this spot is located in is big enough for possibly two van sized vehicles. Don’t expect to get perfectly level without using blocks The road out was easy, It’s maintained for school buses. Cell reception is spotty(Verizon), Spotify will load very slowly and texts will send but you’re out of luck for anything else without a booster. No services so keep it clean keep it cool my friends. Safe travels
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