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1 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Part of the dedication included making s'mores. (Top photo, from left) Command Sgt. Maj. Kyle Brinkman, Dan Fitzpatrick, Dennis Nichols, Garrison Manager Aaron Goodman, Dugway Commander Col. Scott Gould, and Curt Fortie joined the fun.
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2 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Col. Scott Gould toasts a S'more in a fire ring at one of 10 new spaces added to Coyote Run Campground & RV Park, during a dedication Oct. 28 at Dugway Proving Ground, Utah. The trees look bleak here, but in spring and summer they're fully leafed and... (Photo Credit: U.S. Army) VIEW ORIGINAL
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3 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – During the Oct. 28 dedication of 10 more camping and RV spaces at Dugway Proving Ground, Brian Jost, Deputy Garrison Manager, enjoys a S'more while Nicole Maier, Garrison Marketing Coordinator, looks on.
Housing built in 1953 was removed to create th... (Photo Credit: U.S. Army)
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4 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – In this summer photo, housing built in 1953 was demolished to create the 20-space Coyote Run Campground & RV Park at Dugway Proving Ground. Most of the trees, nearing 70 years of age, were retained to provide shade.
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Each site has sewer, power and water (in a heated pipe to avoid freezing), fire pit, double -wide concrete pad and picnic table.

Full hookup (water, power and sewer) rental is $330 a month or $17 a day. Dry camp, without hookups, is $125 per month, or $8 per day. Spaces may be rented long term.

Coyote Run was created for workers who do not desire post housing, contractors who will reside short-term, or visiting family members.

Aaron Goodman, Garrison Manager, said the goal is to keep all 20 sites open year round. The expansion of Coyote Run will also help obtain funds for an on-site laundry, shower and rest room, Goodman noted.

Dugway Proving Ground occupies nearly 800,000 acres in the northwest corner of Utah, 85 miles from Salt Lake City. Bordered on three sides by mountain ranges, it is remote, has a wide range of wildlife (including mustangs), and is noted for its stunning high desert scenery.