Bird Spring Road SC106

Scout Route
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Bird Spring Road is part of the Bureau of Land Management's Scodie Subregion and is near the southernmost foothills of the Scodie Mountains. This straight-through road flows southeast over a well-maintained, wide, sandy road on this flat, high desert connecting several other roads and hiking trails. Its termination at LA Aqueduct Road provides a quick exit towards Highway 14.

The road is wide and well maintained and an easy drive for new offroaders, but it still requires a high clearance 4x4 to manage the soft sand and occasionally exposed rocks.      

BLM has prepared primitive campsites at the premium locations, easily identified by posted signs noting a 15-mile speed limit when campers are present. Camping there or at suitable dispersed sites on BLM land can be enjoyed when meeting the BLM Camping Guidelines. During high fire danger, campfires may be restricted, and if planning to camp here, one should review the current BLM Campfire Restrictions and have a Campfire Permit.