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The campground itself is ok. Fairly large sites, lots of trees. No electricity, but water spigots scattered around. Fort Tuthill County Park is huge with an incredible amount of activities: zip lines, adventure courses, equestrian courses, bike and hiking trails, etc. So the place offers a lot…
Great place for some free camping. Many different spots in the road and gorgeous scenery of Sedona. Bring lots of water and know that there are no bathrooms for a while. Would recommend. Road is rough, but not horrible.
We chose site 10 because it was close to the stream and shady . The hosts warned us about the hammer noise from a water pump close by. My daughter's wanted to be near the water.. we heard the noise,, but It didn't bother us. Good Mountain biking nearby. Just a heads up, Morman Lake is dry.
Very clean very upscale. Great amenities definitely do again
The best spots were hidden. I found this to be a strange spot as a woman. Very little prvacy. Several men walked by our site staring at our rig acting strange. When we pulled in we saw three men just sitting at their site staring at women. The road in was too bumpy with many rocks. Some of…
Was a quiet and respectful campground until my last night when I was truck camping (up at 4am to beat a snowstorm going back to Colorado) and the host double booked my site to tent campers after I had tried to go to sleep.
spread out, firewood available, showers until 6 for $4, toilets accessible!
Great views, west side closer to Sedona is a lot more rocky while east half is pretty easy. The location here is wrong and that's probably why there are bad reviews.... You can access off i17 by taking exit 320 and then driving down the forest road toward Sedona. Camping is only allowed in about…
definitely a more family friendly camping area! showers close at 6 and are $4 for 8 minutes. the front office closes around 6/7 so be sure to get your firewood before hand!!! quiet, spaced out, beautiful scenery.
staff drove by towards the end of the night maybe just to check on everybody. spaces are pretty big so you don’t feel super crammed up. the trees around provide excellent shade. port a potties and shower facilities only in one part of the ground, but easily walkable or driveable.
We had a very pleasant experience. Multiple park employees said this campground was their favorite in the area. We enjoyed exploring further down Oak Creek - there’s a small pond the further you walk along it. It was very busy, however, and not quiet. Lots of kids crying and at night, a bunch of…
spaced out, definitely seems to fill up towards the end of the night. easy access, dirt roads, super forestry so it’s shady in the morning and evening. definitely will come back.
It was somewhat busy, but still quiet. You can faintly hear a train at night. I felt safe in my rooftop tent, but did hear coyotes around midnight. The view was pretty.
Great area for dispersed camping! Plentiful large sites,and big rig friendly. Cell signal is sporadic, depending on the occupancy of the RV park down the road about 6 miles. More RV park campers means more cell congestion and slower speeds.
If this area has a drawback, it's that it has a lot of…
Wasn’t my favorite place. There wasn’t a lot of trees to separate camping spots. But it was still good. Quiet and beautiful. Just watch out for the cows that are open range and graze near the tents!