The campground is 5 miles on a dirt/gravel road. Our 35 foot travel trailer was no problem, the sites a big. Nice for big rigs. Views are great of the plains. No sunset view because it’s a small valley up in the mountains. Incredibly quiet. A few hunters parked and camped one night, also a few families our first night here, but everyone was very respectful. Fire pit/grill at very site. Horse stalls. 3 water spigots. Nice spot for a few days. We have star-link & solar. No service for AT&T or Verizon. Other boondock sites along main Soda Lake Rd but check the BLM map closely as the dispensed camping is in some tougher roads we wouldn’t try with our trailer but explored in the truck - many would be amazing for a van or truck camper! <br /> <br />Level of confidence the site is free: Certain - Confirmed with a sign or by owner / agency / website. <br />Toilets nearby: Vault <br />4X4 or high clearance required: No <br />Cell service available: No <br />Park pass or permit required: No <br />Showers nearby: No <br />Potable water nearby: Yes <br />Type of property: Other public land <br /> <br />From the website: Camping is available on a first come-first serve basis. Thirteen campsites with picnic tables, fire pits, horse corrals and a wheelchair accessible vault toilet. Electricity and drinking water is not available. There is no garbage service, please act responsibly and pack out any refuse you have. This campground is more secluded and the camper is only steps away from unlimited hiking in the Wilderness Study Area that lies outside the campground.
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