Plug in Cow Creek road and it will get you where you need to go. There's a huge main area with a bunch of people which gets noisy on the weekends. Take one of the side roads up the hill away from the people and there are secluded spots where you barely see or hear others. Went for two days and stayed a week
Beautiful area. We picked up some trash left by others bery bumpy drive in. Stayed a week
We've been here for several days now. We've seen plenty of wild burro's during the week. Some came right into camp during the night.
Come Friday night there was a small city out here. There were many generators running all night. If you're like me and don't like to listen to generators, don't come here on the weekend.
There are a lot of dirt bikes and four wheelers and such. There's a lot of dust around in the weekend from these.
Haven't seen any burro's today (Saturday). You will still hear the burro's and coyotes during the night.
Great during the week, horrible on the weekend.
Came up here with my 28ft trailer and 2WD 3/4 ton truck. Lots of steep inclines and declines, and washboards. I was able drag that trailer up and down, but only because it was dry. I'm sure if it was wet from rain, I'd lose traction. The worst part is where the road crosses over a portion of the lake, very steep and washboarded there.
Lots OHV going on here, an awful lot. This is a very popular off road area, so if youre looking for peace you won't find it here.
Verizon 4G came in very weak, often dropping to 3G.
Didn't stay very long because rain was in the forecast and didn't want to get trapped not being able to pull the trailer back up hill.
Pretty good. Someone marked my trucks tire with those lines on the first night so you can say it’s probably overly safe. Other than the occasional donkey screaming like it’s about to die or in immense pain and a couple planes it wasn’t too bad.
Beautiful area, but so much OHV traffic. Also TONS of bees. The wild donkeys are neat :)