Question about Nomad View Dispersed Camping

camper-843786 asked on 7/5/2023

What are the chances of getting a campground in early August?

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kmj01
kmj01
MD
Overland Trailer
1 review

Answered on 7/6/2023:

Was pretty crowded on weekends, but ok no problem during the week
DustyNC
DustyNC
SD
40' Alliance RV Valor 37V13
Chevrolet 3500HD Dually
28 reviews

Answered on 7/6/2023:

I was there last August, arriving on the 5th, and there were many open spots. Only stayed one day due to the extreme heat!
smrdisa
smrdisa
NY
38' Holiday Rambler Vacationer
16 reviews

Answered on 7/6/2023:

Nomad View Dispersed Camping is not a actual campground. It's dispersed camping with no services (electric, water or sewer). Campers find a spot and can stay up to 14 days. The road into Nomad View Dispersed Camping can be VERY bumpy, campers need to take their time entering. The views are awesome so it's worth the trip.
coddiwomple_couple
coddiwomple_couple
CO
36' Keystone Arcadia
Chevrolet Silverado High Country
13 reviews

Answered on 7/5/2023:

It is 1st come 1st serve, there are no campsites or campground, there are numerous spots along the roads along the Mesa. We were there 3 days in June and it was a little crowded the 1st day we pulled in, but we got a nice spot with our 37ft 5th wheel and large truck, there was still plenty of room for others and by the next day it was cleared out. We also went on a weekday so there were less people. I would also say get there earlier in the day as we witnessed a large amount of people pulling in after 5.
Voyagers On Wheels
Voyagers On Wheels
Ulster Park, NY
33' Winnebago 2008 Voyage
79 reviews

Answered on 7/5/2023:

This is not a campground. It's a wide open expanse with no marked areas. Depending on your size and the weather (if it's raining don't go in) you should be able to find a place to stop.
1bike
1bike
Minneapolis, MN
22' Roadtrek 210 Popular
29 reviews

Answered on 7/5/2023:

There are a lot of spaces there. I doubt it ever fully fills.
Iowa Pete
Iowa Pete
20' Rugged Mountain Granite 11 RL
Ram 3500
147 reviews

Answered on 7/5/2023:

No "campground" here. Just dozens of dispersed sites. I'd think chances are pretty good getting a place to park it.
24 reviews

Answered on 7/5/2023:

You should have no issues. There are plenty of open area, no designated specific campsites.
ColtarKDM
ColtarKDM
CO
22' Coachmen 192RBS
Ford F150
9 reviews

Answered on 7/5/2023:

Excellent. There are many places to park your rig. Of course, if you arrive late in the day after other campers have arrived, all bets are off.
Roy & Teresa
Roy & Teresa
Arlington, TX
18 reviews

Answered on 7/5/2023:

I have not been there in a good while, but I would say you can find a spot any time. It may not be what you want but you should be able to stay there. Campers come and go every day so if you are lucky and hit it at the right time you can find a good spot. That's what we did. We pulled in about noon and found a great spot right on the edge. This was a few years back. Now there are a lot more campers out there so hopefully you will get a more recent response.
Bound2Discover
Bound2Discover
Wilmington, DE
40' American Coach American Eagle
19 reviews

Answered on 7/5/2023:

Depends on how busy - weekday vs weekend. Lots of spots and yoy can be as close or far away from others as you wish. Just beware of storms - can get nasty.
Josey_Wales
Josey_Wales
MN
20' Airstream Airstream Basecamp 20X
Ford F150 Platinim
3 reviews

Answered on 7/5/2023:

Pretty good. I doubt you would have a problem.
ZoraK9
ZoraK9
Santa Fe, NM
23' Winnebago Micro Minnie 2108DS
Ford F-150
18 reviews

Answered on 7/5/2023:

We were there last year in mid-August (16-18) and there was ample parking for our truck 23-ft trailer, on the rim side of the road with a great view. A lot of people only stayed for one night, so even if you have to park on the grassy side for a night or 2, you should be able to move to a "front row seat" in the morning.