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“Very rough access unless you park right by the road”
Reviewed Dec 23, 2018
The marked spot is along a series of OHV trails. Don’t even think about trying to get a trailer or motorhome in there. A van might be able to make it. If you have a 4wd or adventure bike then go for it.
The consolation prize is a large dirt lot just off US-89. There are some spots with deep sand but if you’re just looking for somewhere to crash for the night and stay in the hard packed stuff you should be able to get just about anything in here.
Besides being right alongside US-89, the large lot is where OHV users unload their toys so expect noise.
My map shows the large lot as private rather than public land so camping may not be allowed even though there are no signs. The marked spot back along the trails is on public land as far as my map indicates.
The marked spot is in a sandstone alcove with the typical overhanging roof you find in these parts. There is a fire ring there but the ring and the area are littered with old beer cans and other trash.
Getting to the marked spot involves driving up a steep and narrow ramp after which the road is quite good until you make the turn onto the spur to the alcove. I’ve attached some pictures showing how rough and steep it is in places.
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