If we are around and if it is feasible.
Access Road Conditions
Our house is located along side the highway, so it is accessible. We live in an area with a very high water table, so our yard becomes a swamp in the springtime. We are also located at 6800ft, north facing, so our yard holds and receives snow, sometimes until June. We can receive snow as soon as September some years. Also, unfortunately, there is a fairly narrow entrance into our yard that barely fits our 1970 trailer, which I believe is around 90 inches wide.
This spot is includes a grass pull off for a trailer no larger than 20ft, since there is no pull through and it can be very difficult to maneuver around the trees and other vehicles in the yard, in order to exit the yard.
Suggested Local Attractions
Uinta National Forest, Jordanelle Reservoir, Rockport Reservoir
About Brandon Bailey
In A Few Words...
A Little More Detail
Me, my wife, 2 children, 2 dogs and 2 cats live in north eastern Utah in a town called Kamas. I have a heck of a time navigating my trailer in and out of the yard but once I do some more landscaping, hopefully I will also be able to offer a space available to camp in our yard. We love to head south in the spring and fall when it's too cold near our house and usually camp throughout the Uinta mountains just a few miles up the road from our house the remainder of the year.
Favorite Boondocking Locations
The Utah mountains and desert have so much to offer and is where we mainly boondock. Unfortunately, much of he BLM land around Utah is being roped off and fees are being charged for spots that used to be free.
Border Collie, German Shepard, Brown Tabby cat and Yellow Tabby cat. The cats don't travel with us but the dogs make it on most trips. We love having them with us and it sure makes them happy!