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We visit Burnt Corral mid-January. The weather was balmy. We pulled at 20’ trailer. The road getting there has steep drop offs but we were able to navigate it pretty easily. Toilets were clean, Palo Verde and mesquite bushes/trees made the area beautiful and shaded. We loved being right next to the…
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It’s a really nice spot, not the best amenities but there’s so much to explore, you can drive ahead this campground and take the dirt road to some of the most wonderful places, I was able to get really deep with a road motorcycle so you don’t really need an 4*4 but I would definitely recommend…
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The only road open is from Roosevelt side over the dam wall … we had a 40 ft Cruise America RV. I would have been nervous taking an SUV down that road!!
We tried calling to ask about conditions and no one advised of road issues. Camp might be wonderful but the road killed any chance of us going.…
Super solid camping outside of Phoenix. Great views all around. Excellent hiking and mountain biking in area. Easy access.
Only a few site big enough for our Roadwarror Toyhauler.
Quick getaway close to home but seemed like we were far away. Yes there are OHVs out here but nothing rowdy going on by us. We camp wit a TT and had a great time.
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I stayed at this campsite for one night in early November because I wanted to find a place that would be good for paddle boarding the next morning. It was a bit too cold in the morning for me to actually paddleboard but it was still very very worth going. The road is a little bit tough to get down…
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The views are amazing but so is the traffic. But around 9pm it quiets down. Sites are close to the road for the most part unless you have a high clearance vehicle. Lots of hiking in the area. Trail head at end of road gets very busy. Oh also this is state trust land so permit is required.
For every good thing there was a bad.￼ We stayed at Coyote Loop. You can’t fish from the shore because all the dead trees that go out about 10 feet along the entire shore (awesome if you have a boat; I guess). I expected lots of generators and the sound that it makes, myself included. I didn’t…
This area is out there, man, way out there -- but if you want to get further out there, you can. The National Forest to the northeast of Roosevelt Lake is vast and sparsely populated. It is a perfect area to get away, well away, from others.
Cherry Creek Rd. quickly leaves pavement behind and…
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Drive through the town of Gold Canyon AZ, and you quickly leave behind the sprawl of suburban Phoenix, but embrace the sprawling landscape of the Sonoran Desert which is brimming with life in the spring. The unpaved road leads to multiple pull-offs and side roads where you can find the perfect spot…
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I’m sure that for some, this is their favorite camping area, someplace to return to each and every spring with the family. It has everything one needs to get away from the valley, and out onto the lake for some motorized boating.
The smallish spaced campsites are perfect for getting together…
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We were actually a bit south of this (but the app won't let me add a new camping area). This is on AZ State Trust land d and a permit is required. https://land.az.gov/
There are wide open spaces for solo or group camping and it is close to town. This is a great winter camping spot!
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Many camping spots available. Great catfish and bass fishing. Great family spot to camp and boat.
Hot showers, clean bathrooms, boat ramps, and fishing docks. Depending on the time of year it can be rowdy and crowded. Week days are relaxing and quiet. It’s named windy hill for a reason. Stake everything by down well and don’t leave shade pop up tents up while you’re out, they might be gone to…
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