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.


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

Would love to see more pictures!