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976 days ago

Hootie 5 reviews

"Gorgeous Joshua tree forest!"

There are three excellent sites in the first 1-mile stretch of Kessler Peak Rd. (Beyond that, there's nothing, including no turnarounds, at least for the couple miles where I biked. If you have a travel trailer and you're worried about this road,... Read more

998 days ago

Hootie 5 reviews

"A verdant oasis in the desert"

I love NWR's, the Bosque del Apache in New Mexico being my favorite. But it doesn't allow camping. Not only does Pahranagat offer 15 lakeside sites, they're free! (Donations are optional.) Such a find! We planned on one night but ended up staying... Read more

1011 days ago

Hootie 5 reviews

"Quiet, high altitude getaway"

We chose 611T about 6 miles in...a pull through site, because we're not yet very good at backing up. It's "across the street" from the canyon view, but easy enough to sit over there in camp chairs or hang your hammock. About that canyon view... Read more

1026 days ago

Hootie 5 reviews

1026 days ago

Hootie 5 reviews

"Close to town, busy, great views"

The road in wasn't too bad at all. We took the site right by the Gunnison National Forest info sign. Pros: It was large, reasonably flat, in the wide open (good for solar), close to town, and with a great view of Mt CB. Cons: It was large... Read more

1044 days ago

Hootie 5 reviews

"Spacious + great views"

This is a beautiful and very windy stretch of BLM land. It's on an open plateau, with views of the Arkansas River valley on one side and Mt Shavano on the other side. Be prepared for absolutely howling winds (in August). The road is paved at... Read more
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"Gorgeous Joshua tree forest!"
"A verdant oasis in the desert"
"Quiet, high altitude getaway"
"Close to town, busy, great views"
"Spacious + great views"

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