|Last Visited:||about 2 years ago|
|Big Rig Friendly:||Yes|
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Nearly 100 nice places for tents and rv.
Just checked it out, still closed as of May, 2020.
We will miss you, B hills...Report Check-In
Buckeye Hill only allows group camping now. No individual camping.
Spend the night while passing by. Nice little spot..
Hot in the summer day time.Report Check-In
Signs on all spots saying no overnight camping since 1/21/2018. We have a big skoolie so we didn’t risk staying since we stand out so much. Probably okay for smaller rv or van if you park on the backside of the loopReport Check-In
Huge place with many pullouts. There was a sign at the entrance saying "No Camping: Ramadas are for day use only" so we weren't sure what that was about but we didn't park near them just in case. A couple of RVs were parked when we came. Free, no amenities.Report Check-In
One side of the backloop has valley view. Maybe a bit warm in summer, but it cools down at night. Pittoilets were closed. We were the only visitors. We loved it here. Stayed for 2 nights. Free.Report Check-In
I stayed on the back loop. 4 sites with gazebos, 2 without. website says there is a fee but nobody around to pay and no on site information. campsite is nothing fancy, but a good stop over point.Report Check-In
quiet at this time of the year
can hear shooting range activity in day time
Paved and dirt roads passable by any car/bike/motorcycle. Okay for any rig or tent. Many spaces already taken when we arrived at 10pm, but with a bit of exploring we find an open spot.
Near the city for services. Put toilets and tables in a few locations. Mostly just wide open desert dotted with boondocking RVs.