Question about Willard Springs Road Dispersed Camping

Rick asked on 8/7/2021

Are the roads well graded?

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She&I
Berthoud, CO
34' Outdoors RV Blackstone
Chevrolet Silverado
4 reviews

Answered on 8/8/2021:

The roads are great. There are a lot of people in there but there are a lot of spaces and places to camp. Especially if you can get back off of the road a ways just keep looking there or spots everywhere.
SailorGolf
TX
33' Keystone Montana 2980 (33')
Chevrolet 2500 HD
28 reviews

Answered on 8/8/2021:

Not once you pass the transfer station and gravel beds. It’s true Boondocking.
Thebetzadventures
Kansas City, MO
32' Fleetwood Southwind
22 reviews

Answered on 8/8/2021:

We were there fall of 2020 and had no difficulty driving our Class A to a campsite.
Dancing Duo
Ocean Beach, CA
22' Winnebago Itasca
9 reviews

Answered on 8/8/2021:

Yes, we saw some big class A’s but you might not get as far back as smaller rigs. Only thing I’d be careful about is if it’s been raining, it would be a muddy mess.

Answered on 8/8/2021:

The entry has a few dips but once you get to the back it’s not too bad. My Toyota Carrolla didn’t have a problem.
KarenFG
Eugene, OR
26' Forest River Cherokee
Ford F250 long bed
3 reviews

Answered on 8/8/2021:

Some yes, some not so much. When you go past the landfill go straight instead of turning left. The roads are better in that direction. Some people just stay in that open area next to the landfill. The landfill is not fully open, just weekends for brush/green stuff only so no smell.
RAM
Ram Promaster 118
6 reviews

Answered on 8/8/2021:

The times I’ve been there the initial road in was very well graded with plenty of options to park and turn around. If you have a big rig you may wish to stop at that point (where coordinates are given) and scout the road, which may change seasonally.