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GREG'S HIDEOUT
LAKE MEAD NATIONAL RECREATION AREA
LATITUDE: N 3600.072
LONGITUDE: W 11413.861
(GPS from the outhouse)
Elevation: xx
Dispersed and Primitive Camping

Lake Mead National Recreation Area
includes some incredible landscapes.
Greg's Hideout is no different, maybe
a little bit more subdued.

Greg's Hideout
Greg's Hideout

Vaulted Toilet
No Garbage Service
15 Day Camping Limit

Greg's Hideout Camping Area
Greg's Hideout Camping Area

There was nobody else out here, so we
had complete privacy. It is a small, barren
camp area and could get crowded. There
are firepits from previous campers. Campfires
are allowed... which is more unusual these
days, but there is nothing to catch fire,
no trees and very limited brush or grass.

Hideout Road View
Hideout Road in the early morning.

It can get windy with the canyons acting
as a funnel.

Gregs Hideout Road
Hideout Road

DIRECTIONS:
From Kingman. Take I-40 Exit 51
Stockton Hill Road / Mojave County Rd #20.
Continue north for 36 miles
(Towards Joshua Tree Forest and Temple Bar)
Take Hideout Road
Greg's Hideout about 17 miles

From Las Vegas take Hwy 93.
(Via Temple Bar Back Road #134)
Turn towards Temple Bar.
Temple Bar Back Road #134 to Greg's Hideout
is at the Ranger Station. If this road is too rough,
you can continue south on Hwy 93 and turn on
Pearce Ferry Road towards Dolan Springs.
Continue past Dolan Springs to Hideout Road.
(Pearce Ferry Road at Milepost 22)
Turn left and Greg's Hideout is about 17 miles.

Gregs Hideout Road
Hideout Road

ROAD CONDITIONS:
Rough dirt roads with washboards
The last 1 1/2 miles of road to Greg's Hideout
is downhill and sandy. It shouldn't be a problem,
except in bad weather... and even if you did get
bogged down in the sand, it is downhill and should
be easy enough to push it out... least that what we
figured, but what do we know. Make your own
judgment, but once you start down the hill it can
be hard to turn around, so you will be committed.
RVs not recommended.

Gregs Hideout Road
Hideout Road from the Junction of
Pearce Ferry Road and Antares Road

MAP

TEMPLE BAR BACK ROAD
Temple Bar Back Road #134 has limited
pullout and hiding spots. There are possible
dispersed camping sites. The road is narrow with
washes and loose sand areas. We drove
this road twice, but probably won't risk
it again without a 4x4.

SALT SPRINGS
This road was too rough with our bad shocks.
Salt Springs is 4 miles on Road #135

WHITE HILLS
This road was too rough with our bad shocks.
We couldn't see the White Hills from the junction
of Temple Bar Back Road.

PHOTO HERE
Temple Bar
LATITUDE: N 3602.327
LONGITUDE: W 11419.074
(GPS from Boat Ramp Parking Area)

Showers at Temple Bar
25 cents for two minutes
Look for the laundry building
(Hidden behind the cottages)

Climb To Safety Flash Flood Sign
Climb To Safety In Case of a Flash Flood

Lake Mead National Recreation Area
Lake Mead National Recreation Area
Sign on Road#173 towards Temple Bar

Bonelli Bay
Bonelli Bay

BONELLI BAY
Simple and relaxing.
LATITUDE: N 3603.750
LONGITUDE: W 11428.532
Camp along the shore of Lake Mead.
Enjoy walking the shores of Lake Mead
and this is about wild and crazy as it gets...

Bonelli Bay
Bonelli Landing

BONELLI LANDING
Same area as Bonelli Bay
LATITUDE: N 3605.004
LONGITUDE: W 11429.106

Pearce Ferry Crossing
Pearce Ferry Crossing

PEARCE FERRY CROSSING
LATITUDE: N 3607.000
LONGITUDE: W 11400.256

Windy Point Campground
Windy Point Recreation Area

WINDY POINT RECREATION AREA
LATITUDE: N 3526.188
LONGITUDE: W 11409.603

Lost Basin Viewpoint
Lost Basin Viewpoint
LATITUDE: N 3600.570
LONGITUDE: W 11404.956
From Pearce Ferry Road...
Recommended to stop and read the information
signs provided at the parking area. Includes a map
showing all the old mining operations.

Temple Bar
From road towards Temple Bar?

Joshua Tree Forest
Joshua Tree Forest - Grand Wash Cliffs
Area of Critical Concern

Joshua Tree Forest
Joshua Tree Forest - Grand Wash Cliffs
Area of Critical Concern. This is the road
towards West Grand Canyon.

Joshua Tree Forest
Joshua Tree Forest - Grand Wash Cliffs
Area of Critical Concern, This is one of
many side roads.

Joshua Tree Forest
Joshua Tree Forest - Grand Wash Cliffs
Area of Critical Concern

Pearce Ferry Road
Pearce Ferry Road at Jct. of South Cove Road
(4 miles before Pearce Ferry Crossing)

South Cove
South Cove Boat Launch
LATITUDE: N 3605.421
LONGITUDE: W 11406.054
Boat Launch, Vaulted Toilets and
Garbage Dumpsters.

Pierce Ferry
Near Pierce Ferry
(Think this was on the road towards South Cove)

Antares Road towards Hackberry
Antares Road towards Hackberry, AZ

Also see: ALAMO LAKE
Also see:
BONELLI LANDING
Also see:
BOX CANYON
Also see:
CIBOLA / COLORADO RIVER
Also see:
CRAGGY WASH
Also see:
DEATH VALLEY / SALINE
Also see:
DEATH VALLEY / WILDROSE
Also see:
DOME ROCK MOUNTAIN
Also see:
GOVERNMENT WASH
Also see:
JOSHUA TREE
Also see:
LAKE HAVASU
Also see:
LAVA POINT
Also see:
MESA ROAD
Also see:
MOJAVE DESERT
Also see:
NEEDLE MOUNTAINS
Also see:
OSBORNE WASH
Also see:
PLOMOSA ROAD
Also see:
SCADDAN WASH
Also see:
SWANSEA TOWNSITE
Also see:
TRONA PINNACLES
Also see:
WAGON WHEEL
Also see: WILD COW SPRINGS
Also see:
WINDY POINT

UFO House in Yucca Arizonia
UFO House on Alamo Road
Alamo Road in Yucca, Arizona
Interstate 40 at Exit#25

We guess they landed here from another
planet and decided to stay. There are
several spaceships in the yard.

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Camped here May 2, 2006

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ARIZONA CAMPGROUND DIRECTORY
LAKE MEAD NATIONAL RECREATION AREA
GREG'S HIDEOUT