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15 Reviews of 5 Cove, Arizona Campgrounds

Bob F.
Reviewed May. 16, 2021

Closed......

Arrived at 12:30 pm on Sunday, May 16 and there's a closed gate across the entrance.

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Month of VisitJune
Bob F.
Reviewed May. 16, 2021

Must have a small trailer.

We have a 28' 5th wheel and after looking at the potential spots, had to back our way out. There is no way to turn around. If camping here, I would have had to back my way into a spot. Scenic views a short drive or hike away but not an easy place to camp.

Month of VisitJune
LThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Oct. 19, 2020

October oasis

We camped here in mid October as a stopover between Sedona, AZ and Telluride, CO. The place was very full and several people who arrived after us (5:00pm) did not get a spot. Loop A is quieter as it’s farthest from the bridge/highway above Loop B. Loop A was 100% tents when we were there. Loop B…

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CThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Oct. 17, 2020

Rough but Serviceable Campground in a Spectacular Location

I visited Spider Rock and met the proprietor Howard Smith 20 years ago. He is still there maintaining this spacious campground on his own. It is rough around the edges but you will be very close to the rim of the canyon and within a short drive of amazing access points via car and foot. The…

Charlie B.
Reviewed Dec. 1, 2019

River View

We stayed in site 8 and literally could have gone for a swim from our site. The sites are too close together for my liking, but we were the only ones at the campground. The pit toilets were clean (and not smelly)..The sites all had fire pit/grate, picnic table and flat spot for a tent or RV…

Q
Reviewed Jun. 21, 2019

High traffic low privacy

Indian Route 12 runs north to south and bisects the wheatfields lake and the main campground areas. Overnight camping and fires are discouraged along the lake but people get away with it. There is sporadic night traffic on the roadway throughout the night and it is sometimes loud. The campsites are…

D
Reviewed Sep. 7, 2018

Calm and Charming

Had a blast staying here. Went fishing took my 12 footer aluminum boat caught a good amount of fish.

Month of VisitSeptember
Robert A.
Reviewed Sep. 3, 2018

Visit Canyon de Chelly

Stayed here two night so we could hike and horse back ride in canyon de Chelly. This campground could be better the grasse in the site needed to be mowed. It’s a nice location close to the opening of the canyon and horseback rides are across the street. Be careful what you leave out theft here is a…

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Month of VisitJuly
Coleen C.
Reviewed Aug. 12, 2018

Perfect jump off

We arrived early on a Friday and met the cheerful helpful rangers at arrival. They were very helpful and gave us directions to campsites as well as info about our checkout for our river trip on the San Juan River the next day. Campsites were clean and close to the boat ramp but also allowed for…

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Month of VisitJuly
Tom K.
Reviewed Jul. 1, 2018

I FEEL BAD GIVING A 1 STAR

... As far as campgrounds go, I would not choose this spot. It is close to a scenic national monument and is located right at the entrance and is easy to get in and out of. That is where the positives end. It is sparse and fairly packed. It doesn't have a ton of vegetation as it is in the desert so…

Month of VisitSeptember
Elliott B.
Reviewed Sep. 23, 2016

Great primitive sites

Nice first come first serve sites. Pit toilets, but potable water, and the standard fire ring and picnic table. Not too busy.

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Amber A.
Reviewed Aug. 31, 2016

Utah primitive camping

A simple campground (there’s water and a vault toilet) with lovely views. It was almost empty when we were there in June. It makes a good stopover since it’s not far from Hovenweep, Four Corners (which isn’t worth the visit, IMHO), Monument Valley, and a small town for basic supplies. No…

K
Reviewed Jul. 11, 2016

Wide open spaces

So open and wide in this state park, the sky is beautiful and the rocks are orange. I remember going here when I was younger and to revisit is just amazing. I would defiantly recommend this state park to anyone.

Jeanene A.
Reviewed Jul. 4, 2016

Camp under the cottonwoods riverside - Will take you back in time!

You will find this lovely campground just outside of the town of Bluff, UT. Sand Island Campground is located on the north bank of the San Juan River about 3 miles west of Bluff, Utah, on the south side of Highway 191. The hotels in town fill up fast - but this hidden spot is where you want to be…

  • Lots of space to explore
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