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Spots here and there along the road. We picked a spot with a parking spot under a tree, a bit on a hill but the shade was worth it. Pack it in\out. Not much to do.
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Less busy then FR 525 yet great views and easy drive in.
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Less busy then FR 525 yet great views and easy road to access. 30 min to Sedona. Most campgrounds have fire pits set up by previous campers. You can gather firewood. 14 day max per month.
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We went to this cuz we can't find campsite and lucky we loved it! Hosts are nice! We ll be back. There's electric to plug if need. Amazing view.
Love it and hosts are friendly. Well cleaning bathroom. Wate to use. Walk trail to make Mary for swim. Beautiful. Skunk was spotted at night! We ll be back!
Famous for inner basin trail, they get full fast! Lov go for autumn trees and leave for photo. Mountain lion was seen.
Quiet and beauty. Friendly hosts. River is near to campsite and have water to use. Bathroom is good.
There are many dispersed areas around Sunset Crater Volcano NM. I stayed off FS road 545B. There was a meadow nearby with a lot of Ponderosa pines. FS 545B is the first road to the left as you leave route 89 heading toward SCVNM. Only one here. If you stop by the SCVNM visitor center, ask the…
This place is magical. We drove 6.7 miles off the paved turn off to an amazing overlook. The sunset against the red rocks is fantastic. Well worth the drive for free camping. No facilities so pack it in and pack it out but there are two ancient dwelling sites that are open from 9:30-3:00 each day…
Easy to find. Kept going after all sites were taken and still found a place to pull off. Good views. Sedan ok.
Had to go a little further than the last "tent" on the app, but found a nice, quiet pullout.
Stayed here Nov 23-30, 2021.
This one is decent for what it is. If you have younger children, and you are using more amenities available (some not available due to season), it's more worth the kinda pricey cost to stay here. The restrooms were decent, only accessible through the pool area…
4.9 miles up a gravel road. Turn left where road forks(sign for Harding Point). Follow this dirt road for 1.75 miles. Stay straight on this dirt road until you hit a couple large camp spots, *do not turn off little roads(we got lost a few times…) Once you reach those open camp spots you can drive…
This was such a great stop between Phoenix and Sedona! It was so peaceful at night and the stars were insane! In the morning we did a short hike down to a river bed and saw some petroglyphs. Just an amazing experience all around
Boondocking camping. Cell phone and let data works here.