Most of the western side of Blanco Road is privately owned, and this road provides access to these areas. The north ends at the gate to a ranch, and the south ends at the locked gate to the La Mirage Dry Lake Recreational area.
Bordering BLM land over the entire west side of the road north of Shadow Mountain Road, abundant flat areas are appropriate for dispersed camping when following the BLM Camping Guidelines.
During high fire danger, campfires may be restricted, and if planning to camp, one should review the current BLM Campire Restrictions.
Blanco Road is flat and sandy, suitable for most two-wheel drive SUVs.
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