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    Rampage Boondocking

    Hey folks, finally get to attend a Rampage, its normally in early October and I have other commitments.
    Ive been up this way riding before, but im not sure where the venue exactly is. I see where its labeled on Google maps, but how do people access the venue? From down below Gooseberry?
    We are Boondocking in a 43ft RV and looking for some camping pretty close. Assuming you access the venue from Highway 9, is there good spots to camp? And would it be pretty safe to bring a rzr with a bike to as close as theyll let vehicles?
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    Access from the town of Virgin. There will be a parking area there and probably a shuttle. One year we had to walk like Pioneer Children to the event.
    You will not be able to drive anywhere near the venue.

    There is a campground available in Virgin or some rogue stuff out Sheep Bridge road by the JEM trail system. Leave your Texas wheelchair at home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by can't get right View Post
    Access from the town of Virgin. There will be a parking area there and probably a shuttle. One year we had to walk like Pioneer Children to the event.
    You will not be able to drive anywhere near the venue.

    There is a campground available in Virgin or some rogue stuff out Sheep Bridge road by the JEM trail system. Leave your Texas wheelchair at home.
    This. The JEM camping areas are all dispersed but the available spots fill quickly.

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