Dinosaur National Monument - Utah and Colorado

DNM is a huge park on the border of the 2 states. The dinosaur fossils are the smallest portion of the monument. I was there earlier this month for about a week, camping my GFC v2 that was installed at the end of April. I installed a 16 gallon water tank in the back of my truck to allow me to just camp out anywhere; for the DNM, you actually can only camp in a campgrounds. So for dispersed camping, you camp just outside of the Monument, and then drive in for hikes and sightseeing. The Monument has thousands of indigenous petroglyphs as well as a billion years of geologic history and fossils. And gorgeous canyons and rivers.

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Awesome! Have driven by it, but regrettably did not have time to visit.

Would love to see more pictures!