NapaTony

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October 03, 2016

207 days ago

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NapaTony 10 reviews

"Quiet & Remote"

Nearby Lamoille Canyon and the campground there burned in Oct. 2018, and it may be a while before it reopens. A ranger gave us directions here as an alternative. You will pass thru about a mile of private property before you reach the base of... Read more

Wedge Overlook Emery, UT
207 days ago

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NapaTony 10 reviews

"Nice Sites Right On Rim of Little Grand Canyon"

Great view, hard to beat for the price! There are only a handful of "official" campsites here, but many others have been created and look like they're well-used. Dirt roads were all in good shape despite rain earlier in the week. We came in from... Read more

Starvation State Park Duchesne, UT
207 days ago

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NapaTony 10 reviews

"OK, Very Quiet in the Fall"

We stayed here at the Indian Bay primitive area in mid-October. It was a Friday and as far as I could see we were the only ones there. There is a $5 day use fee to enter the park, however we arrived after hours and there was nobody staffing the... Read more

Snag Lake Campground Calpine, CA
655 days ago

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NapaTony 10 reviews

"Basic but Convenient"

It's a bit of a free-for-all here, you get in if you can fit in. Rough, rocky area right along the highway on the shore of Snag Lake. Pit toilet. If you're looking for level ground and privacy this probably isn't for you. We did the wonderful... Read more

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NapaTony 10 reviews

"Nice Site with Easy Access to Sawtooth Wilderness"

Small campground with 9 spaces, first-come/first-serve. Requires driving several miles on gravel road to reach campground. Pit toilets, dumpster, water pump. Sites are fairly private, have tables, and many have stream running nearby. One of... Read more

Cascade Campground Paradise, MT
655 days ago

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NapaTony 10 reviews

"OK for an emergency, but nothing special "

The review below says everything I would...looks like we were there one night after him. No cell service, fair amount of truck/train noise, water pump, pit toilets.

899 days ago

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NapaTony 10 reviews

"Good Boondocking Site Close to Hwy. 50"

Good gravel road in, just a short drive from the highway. We stayed in late Dec. with a couple of inches of snow on the ground, and it looked like we were the only ones there. Arrived after dark, left before dawn, so can't tell you much. Spaces... Read more

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NapaTony 10 reviews

"Great if you are using the Wire Pass Trailhead"

The other review here gives you all the details, I will just add that we stayed here in December and had the place to ourselves. Very nice facilities considering the remoteness, with fire rings, BBQs, and shade structures...but it was cold so we... Read more

899 days ago

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NapaTony 10 reviews

"Easy, Quiet, Stark Beauty"

Nice place to spend the night...about 12 miles off Highway 15, 90 minutes outside of Vegas. Pretty sunrise if you like the desert.

986 days ago

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NapaTony 10 reviews

"Nice Quiet Spot in the Forest"

Spent the night here after doing the nearby Falls Creek Falls hike. A short trip up a good gravel road brings you to a hunter's camp with room for several vehicles. Stayed here in late August and never saw another vehicle.
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"Quiet & Remote"
Wedge Overlook
Emery, UT
"Nice Sites Right On Rim of Little Grand Canyon"
Starvation State Park
Duchesne, UT
"OK, Very Quiet in the Fall"
Snag Lake Campground
Calpine, CA
"Basic but Convenient"
"Nice Site with Easy Access to Sawtooth Wilderness"
Cascade Campground
Paradise, MT
"OK for an emergency, but nothing special "
"Good Boondocking Site Close to Hwy. 50"
"Great if you are using the Wire Pass Trailhead"
"Easy, Quiet, Stark Beauty"
"Nice Quiet Spot in the Forest"
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