Quiet, beautiful. Seems like it’s deep in the forest but there’s a Costco (et al.) less five miles away! Late-August lots of mosquitos but last year in mid-September there were none so....Lots of places to walk/hike with our pup - it was nearly...
Two sites for any size rig, park on grass, bring ALL the leveling blocks. Six sites for tent campers but you have to leave your car in the parking lot. Nearly deserted when we were there mid-week. We didn’t get a chance to see the lock in use but...
We did not stay here but could have made it easily in dry weather. Looks like it might be mucky with rain. A couple of possible sites down this road, just off Rte 155 (Evans Rd) but far enough that you don't feel you're camping on the side of the...
We did not stay here but any size rig could make it easily in dry weather. Looks like it might be mucky with rain. Don't go past the first loop (35.7446406, -118.5963798) as the road deteriorates quickly. Just off Rte 155 (Evans Rd) but far...
We did not stay here but scoped it out because we were nearby. Rte 155 (Evans Rd) visible from this site but not a lot of traffic! Space to get level(ish), fire pit, beautiful view. Evan Rd #1 and #2 are better - a bit further off the road, but...
We did not stay here in our 31' Winnebago because of the drive down - steep and some low branches on the way. The forest service website says RV max 20' length but it's really height that would be the limiting factor (we are 12'3" and definitely...
While pulling into a “site” (there are no assigned sites, just a wide open area that people fit themselves into, hopefully without blocking other campers’ access to the road), a woman sitting in front of a fifth wheel with several others yelled at...
(sodyot is: a lightly powered 2012 Honda Odyssey towing maximum weight of 3500# in the form of a 21' Jayco trailer.)
When: late August, M-F
Access: only a few miles from Hwy 15 and a Flying J, good dirt road, climbed a couple of...
1298 days ago
Otherworldly - lonely - WOW. Easy access. Other reviewers have already described the details. We found this place through restlessbynature's youtube video (as he references in his review here).
"Google Maps will DO YOU WRONG!"
"Grassy parkland, lovely lock"
"A bumpy ride, but worth it"
"Great forest setting in the mountains"
"Easy access just off HWY 155"
"Beautiful but difficult to access"
"Doesn’t get less friendly than this."
"Small and off-the-beaten-track campground."
"beautiful open desert space"
"an opportunity to practice leveling skills"
"for carlsbad cavern visitors"
"Not All Rocks Are Alike"
"first night on the road!"
"quiet except for the birds!"