Near Death Valley National Park, experienced riders will enjoy this challenging route. There are two first-come, first-serve cabins open to the public. Green-sticker ATVs and dirtbikes can explore above camp on a narrow bridge to Thorndike Bridge. Stop at the national park boundary.
All we know about Harry Briggs is that he lived here in the 1930s and was in charge of surrounding mining operations. A picture of him hangs in Briggs Cabin. Purportedly, the cabins are in better shape today then when he lived there. The cabins are maintained by volunteers of “Friends of Briggs Camp.” Please follow posted rules. Maximum stay 4 days. Read and follow hantavirus advisories posted at cabins.