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Old 04-30-2018, 06:55 PM   #1
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Buckeye Dispersed Road

Has anybody traveled the dirt road to BLM's Buckeye dispersed camping area outside of Brideport CA, GPS: 38.24002, -119.32621? I'm thinking of going there toward the end of June pulling a 15,000# fifth wheel. I wonder if it is the kind of place I can make it into and out of without much trouble in terms of road and camping area conditions, maneuvering, etc. I believe it is something like 4 miles of dirt road.
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Somewhere out there is a video/pics of the area you're talking about, but I can't remember where. YouTube maybe. Looks like you could take a good-sized fiver there. Google Earth maybe?
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Thus may help. Reviwers speak to being there in a variety of RV types to include one in a class A coach.

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