Hard to find your way in if you are coming from the west. You need to ignore the indications from Google Maps, drive past the canyon through a short tunnel, and at the next overpass, follow the signs for the National Guard. The road that runs...
Many spots to be near the lake. No wind but a lot of small flies. Tables, trash, and new pit toilets near the spot we stayed. The Verizon service is usable but not great.
Nice area but this is just a pullout by the road. There is no sign that this is BLM land or such.
We saw only two RVs camping around that area. Not much forest but still some shade. Unfortunately absolutely no Verizon service. We left.
No water, staff rather unfriendly und unhelpful.
Free dumping but no clean water.
Not your typical dispersed camping. You are supposed to camp only the marked spots and many of them are rather in close proximity with not much privacy. No trash service and the campsites are not the cleanest.
With so many campsites closed, the...
This does not look like dispersed camping to me. The relative vicinity of the city attracts many more people.
This is a relatively popular location. There are many campsites but not all offer a lot of space, especially for longer vehicles. The rangers come by regularly to ensure that everything is okay.
There are trash cans and a toilet which is very...
Easily accessible and the road was in good condition. The sites are very dispersed, the landscape is slightly hilly and offers a lot of privacy. Overall not so much going on around there which is great.
The road to the Hot Well Dunes really bad...
"Hard to find the way in, but overall nice and quiet"
"Not busy, very quiet, no wind"
"Nice area but no signal"
"No water, no longer a Shell station."
"Not bad but rather crowded"
"Nice & quiet but watch for the cows!"
"Remote and quiet, watch for snakes!"