Thursday, April 28, 2016

Boondocking West of Capitol Reef NP


We found the boondocking spot west of Capitol Reef National Park through freecampsites.net, as usual. Once we got in there, it was okay, except we had to eventually get back out again. The turnoff looks okay from the highway, but once you start turning in, you can see ruts and rocks so it’s slow going. When we left, we turned left instead of right, simply because it was easier, and then turned around further down the road and came back around.

We used this as our base for visiting Capitol Reef National Park. We had two bars Verizon, no internet, and 28 TV channels.

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When we went to bed the first night, it was raining, but in the morning it was snowing. It did melt later that day, but was still muddy out. There were two pickups and two cars that stayed overnight also, but they left the next day. The forecast was for another storm system to come in, so we decided to leave the next day.


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