We just returned from an isolated area in Nevada that was absolutely stunning. I believe it is state land as years ago there was talk about making it a state park. The scenery rivals anything in Death Valley or other state and national parks. You need to have 4x4 high clearance to get back in there and ATVs to get further still or hike it. There have been some TRs from various folks who blog. Otherwise it is not well-known. We saw some ATVers ride back on a wash then they spoiled it all by shooting for awhile. We did find assorted casings including some 357s.
What do you all think about just keeping it quiet? Should it be a state park? If the hordes are allowed to run loosely then it will lose its special quality. The older I get, the more I prefer the San Rafael Swell model with no government designation (other than BLM). Or, the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument under BLM, not NP rule like Colorado NM.
I am sure a few of you have been there but I am not naming it at this point. It is on the Benchmark Nevada Atlas I have. Photographically it is very colorful. But, if people are allowed to wander around in large numbers then there is a possibility of erosion. Otoh, maybe enforcement folks need to be around if it were a park. In the case of the idiots who toppled the goblin, enforcement wasn't around.