Question about Valley of the Gods Dispersed Camping

Paint A Scape asked on 6/16/2021

What time of the year can you camp at Valley of the Gods ....weatherwise. Is winter camping possible?

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South Bird
South Bird
San Diego, CA
23' Oliver Legacy Elite II
Ford F250
20 reviews

Answered on 6/16/2021:

We camped there in May. I do not know about winter, except to say that if the roads are wet, you probably shouldn't go in. I called the BLM Office in Monticello UT before we went in and they had current road conditions.
Bob&Susan Travel
Bob&Susan Travel
27' Coach House Platinum 272XL
10 reviews

Answered on 6/18/2021:

Winter...absolutely! Just check the weather before you go. Too windy and the sand will strip a layer of skin off you. Too wet
6 reviews

Answered on 6/17/2021:

As everyone else has said, it is mostly about moisture and road conditions. That applies for year round. To be honest, the area only gets about 6" of rain a year so chances of it being wet are slim. If you are prepared for the temps, winter would be a great time to visit
Polson, MT
32' Outdoors RV Manufacturing 24TRX
Dodge Ram 2500
30 reviews

Answered on 6/16/2021:

Yeah, It’s open year round. It’s BLM, so, 14 days per spot. If it’s wet, I’d avoid it. It does dry out pretty quick,though. They do get snow. So, pick your dates well.
2 reviews

Answered on 6/16/2021:

I have been there in the middle of Nov and again in March and April, but never in the middle of the winter. Due to the elevation I would suspect that winter camping would be a bit on the chilly side.
47 reviews

Answered on 6/16/2021:

Yes, but you do not want to go there if it's raining, will be raining, or has just rained. While most of the main road has some gravel on it, the entire Four Corners area is "blessed" with a type of clay which, when wet, is impassable. Doesn't matter if you have four wheel drive, all wheel drive, and/or mud tires. You won't go anywhere until it dries out. You can barely walk in it. But, if it's dry (which is often in the winter), it's a great place to be!