Road to the top is 2 miles at this point there are 5 corners. Wild horse road was in great shape it continues to the right and goes (26?) miles to the wild horse refuge facility. I parked at the top juncture and used my Jeep to explore. The...
I’m just checking the area today.
Very nice people. Forest service boondoking next road south.
18 days ago
I didn’t actually have time to go down there but I could see a few bigger 5th wheels. In general all the road have been good around here. Probably from less than normal usage.
18 days ago
Disappointed by the lack of current reviews, I’m scoping out several areas with my Jeep.
All the way down this gravel road there are turn offs for boondocking. Some are easily accessible for big rigs. I suggest exploring the area and pick your...
Although a few years ago I would have taken my 36’ rig; I do not recommend it. I pre scouted this area with my Jeep. I only saw one area about 1/2 way in where I could have parked. The road was hard packed with some low but embedded rock. Teeth...
It was pretty crowded, just off the highway. You have to drive 5 miles beyond (if you are heading north on 93) and come back south to the turn off.
Station is now a Speedway. Same free dump, give them an iD for the key.
I had not done my homework about this place. I prefer open BLM. It was after hours , catering to OHV users. Maybe there was a different access road. I was tired and just headed further north.
I came her on a whim, having received a 3 day coupon from a booth at Quartzsite. The dog park is “ The Best! “ This is now a Cal Am owned resort that has been able to keep the smaller community feel with all the big amenities. The only reason I...
"Awesome views and solitude"
"Open. Roads have been good not much traffic. "
"National rec pass required "
"New owners/management open "
"Awesome Jeep drive. Spectacular views"
"In the heat of May, during Covid-19 crisis "
"Nice amenities, clean, well run, happy residents. "