The Beehive paid camp is WONDERFUL. There are 6 spots. All $14/night 3 night max.
Don't be one of the idiots who camps past the campground just next to the sign that says not to.
The sand is soft, you will get stuck, and we at the paid sites...
As the name states, make this your last option. The office gal was incredibly rude so we decided not to stay. Very obvious that most people live here and it is not a good option for the standard traveler. The park one mile before was much much...
Easy access to area from highway. Go slow down the dirt roads and watch for washboards on road.
If you go further past the trail head, sites are bigger and more spread out. It is also quieter back here without all the traffic just going to the...
Newly paved area. $10 dump fee via credit card. Free potable water on site in building ahead of dump station. 150 gallon limit.
Easy in and out. At the crossroads of 285 and 50
Very bumpy road up. Take it slow. Watch for oncoming traffic. On a random Tuesday in Sept, there were 50 plus rigs up here.
High desert landscape
Lots of full time living going on up here. There was a pop up camper with siding set...
Due to COVID19 restrictions, many of their facilities were closed. However, self check in was easy and appreciated. Someone was always available by phone. Our first night we spent in C5 near the highway. $46/night. Not a great site, but a big pull...
"Do not camp in areas that say not to!"
"One of the best boondocking sites!"
"Great dump station ($10 fee) FREE potable water. New!"
"Too much traffic, some full time living"