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We stayed at roadrunner campground. No big complaints. Some of the sites are kind of small but they do have parking areas for your vehicle if it does not fit on your pad with your RV. Bathroom areas have showers but leave much to be desired. If you go on a weekend the line to get into the…
Very clean bathrooms and showers we were on the west side of the hill so no lake view 😪, but over quiet and kind of hot today
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Nice campground for tent or small rvs. Trails for less than 50"wide no rzrs. Great for me riders!
With water near a BLM spot.
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This place is so pretty! So easy to get to so that was really nice! Loved the views! We were at campsite 4 and it was right by a river and this really cool cave thing! Only down side was there was so many little bugs flying around so they got really annoying at night.
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It's a decent campground with the basic amenities (tables, firepit, bathrooms) but no water (bear boxes not needed). effortless entry for tents and small rvs (or small groups; a larger group site is at "upper"). about 15 sites that range from nice to pretty nice (higher ratings if only…
I stayed at Lake Pleasant for quite a while I’m December, I even spent my Christmas here. I preferred the dry camping in Desert Tortoise over the hookups & sites in Roadrunner. Roadrunner was lovely and families with big RVs and children seemed to enjoy it, but as a solo vanlifer, Desert…
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Out in the sun with family fun. You never know what lies in the depths of this “lake” with goggles on it seems even scarier.
Stayed there for a weekend. It was beautiful and quiet and the donkeys kept us entertained
This campground was well kept, but pretty loud throughout the day due to all the off road vehicles. There were plenty places to hike and town isn't too far for making beer runs ;)
Great little spot for some dispersed camping. It is fun to hike and explore agua fria National Monument nearby.
As I usually do in places like this I will advise you should have an suv or truck and 4wd before even bothering with this area.
It’s remote as can be and there isn’t a single thing out here including cell service
As far as the camp site well it’s about a 40mi trek through the empty desert to…
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Good place to set up while hitting some trails here in AZ!
Easy to find, but sites are primarily soft sand. Our van got stuck and had to be towed out.
Took a trip out to the water and explored while in the Jeep.