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COLORADO CAMPGROUND DIRECTORY
LITTLE SNAKE RIVER
MOFFAT COUNTY ROAD 4
LATITUDE: N 4057.613
LONGITUDE: W 10820.833
ELEVATION: 6700'
(GPS from corral on Road 4)

Road 4 Views
Road 4 West

Little Snake River
Road 147 Little Snake River
LATITUDE: N 4056.799
LONGITUDE: W 10802.407

Limited dispersed camp sites.
We saw a couple people camped throughout
the desert of Northwest Colorado.

Antelope
Antelope from Road 4

Even if you don't camp it is worth driving
this road just for some great views and the
journey.

Road 4
Road 4 / MP 47 West

Drilling Operations
Road 4 Drilling Operations

There are drilling operations throughout the desert.
You will see more semi-trucks than passenger vehicles.

Views from from Road 4
View from Corrals on Road 4
LATITUDE: N 4057.613
LONGITUDE: W 10820.833

Hwy 430
Hwy 430 / MP 25
View looking north...

Hwy 430
Hwy 430 MP 25
View looking south...

DIRECTIONS:
From Baggs, WY
Take Hwy 13 south about 4 miles
At milepost 126 turn west on Road 4
About 38 miles paved then gravel and dirt

From Craig, CO
Hwy.40 west at Junction of Hwy.13
Take County Road 7 towards Great Divide
(13 miles paved then maintained gravel surface)
There are some dispersed camps on Road 7
Road 4 is xx miles

Stormy Weather
Stormy Weather Conditions
(Spur road to the corral turned to sticky mud)

Clay on the tires
Sticky mud built up on the tires after driving about a 100'
Found a good parking site and within a couple hours
the sun came out and the road dried enough to continue
the journey.

ROAD CONDITIONS:
About 38 miles paved surface
Gravel and dirt surfaces
Limited parking and not recommended for RV's
Best avoided in bad weather conditions.

Road 24
Wyoming Road 24 Looking East
Junction of Hwy 430 between milepost 35 - 36
LATITUDE: N 4115.577
LONGITUDE: W 10849.958
Elevation 6900'

Road 26
Wyoming Road 26 Looking East
Junction of Hwy 430 between milepost 18 - 19
LATITUDE: N 4127.459
LONGITUDE: W 10856.498
Elevation 6600'

Road to Gates Of Ladore
Road towards Gates Of Lodore

Lake Viva Naughton
Lake Viva Naughton

Hwy.70 at MP 21
Hwy.70 / MP 21
Looking towards Baggs, WY

Also see: ALPINE LOOP ROAD
Also see:
CATHEDRAL VALLEY
Also see:
GATES OF LODORE
Also see:
GRAND MESA NFS / ROAD 121
Also see:
LAKE VIVA NAUGHTON
Also see:
MEDICINE BOW NF / HWY 70
Also see:
PINE CREEK SKI AREA
Also see:
ROUTT NF / BLACK MOUNTAIN
Also see:
SOUTH MINERAL CREEK

JC Penny Hometown and First Store
JC Penny Hometown and First Store
Kemmerer, WY

Craig Station
Craig Station on Hwy.550
(A couple miles south from Craig, CO)
The Craig Station burns about 5 million tons of coal annually
and produces enough electricity to meet power requirements
for 1.25 million residential customers. The cost to build Craig
Station was approximately 1.2 billion dollars.

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Carvings in the Aspen Trees
Carvings in the Aspen Trees
Medicine Bow National Forest

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Free campgrounds and camping
COLORADO CAMPGROUND DIRECTORY
LITTLE SNAKE RIVER
MOFFAT COUNTY ROAD 4