Kaibab National Forest
Reviewed May. 19, 2021

Good free camping

Nice place to pull off the highway and sleep while being sort of close to some cool stuff. People were pretty on top of each other in the first part of the campsites, could tell some had been there for awhile. If you keep driving past all the spots you’ll reach a dirt road. If you turn left and continue down it for a bit you can find some more remote spots, just keep your eye out for the fire pits so you know you’re in an actual campsite. I stayed in a spot that was pretty surrounded by people because I like the company, but even then it didn’t get too loud. Loudest thing was the birds honestly. No toilets, but I did have good at&t cell reception. Would stay again.