Hello all. So due to the rain coming into western Utah this week/weekend I decided to go to Moab instead, having briefly been thru there on the way to Canyonlands before. Want to do some exploring in Behind the Rocks Wilderness Area. Finding out camping is a big issue. I camp in the back of the truck in a camper, I will arrive late Saturday and besides, have no tent with which to hold a spot. I have heard Kane Creek Campground "always" has space, but cant get them n the phone. BLM told me I could camp in some of the designated areas along Behind the Rocks road, which would much rather prefer, but Im wondering how far down my two wheel drive Chevy truck can make it, BLM had no road conditions info. Also, typically you could make your own camp on BLM land, but they do not allow that, as they get so many people there. Having said that, if the camps are full and I pull over on some back country BLM dirt road after dark, climb in my truck bed camper and go to sleep, no fire or anything, are they really gonna come along and run me off? For that matter would they run me off from the Gold Bar parking lot? It is huge and online pictures show a field of tents and a parking lot full of cars. Just trying to get some pointers from anyone who may know the area, see if I this trip is reasonable or not or if I should reschedule (other hiking and travel trips planned for this year would make that difficult thought). Sorry if this is the wrong forum.