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Flat dirt lot with plenty of room and easy access from both directions on the highway. There are porta potties at the temple. Night time traffic is minimal so if the desert winds aren’t honking you can sleep well.Report Check-In
Good spot for the night, a big pullout with little roads heading off it so a nice distance from the highway.Report Check-In
Large pullout area at the SE end of Cactus Springs, near large trees (fence with a stile if you want to walk around the trees)
Spot is also next to the Temple of Goddess Spirituality, which is very pleasant to visit and stroll around.
Close to US 95, so you do get traffic noise, and when I was outside my trailer at sunset, I could hear flag lowering music from Creech Air Force Base, in the valley at Indian Springs.