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My boyfriend and I love camping even in winter when it’s snowing. We were having the toughest time trying to find somewhere to camp during the winter in Flagstaff and we found this place! Open, free, surrounded by trees, you feel like you’re really camping even though it’s so easy and quick to get…
The yurt was so cozy and cute! It was pretty cold when we were there, but the fireplace kept it toasty inside. We got some snow our last night there, and we were happy there was someone plowing the parking lot the next morning so we could get out. The coin shower was nice and warm, but make sure…
Great campsite, so close to the lake easy to walk down and fish and kayak, great restaurants in Williams.
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The camp hosts were great! Toilets and grounds were clean and access to the creek was the high light. The sites are a lot more snug than you’d think with the amount of people they accommodate. It is really set up for tent camping. To right for multiple campers and cars.
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.
After seeing pics and reading reviews of this campground, I was under the impression it was further out from main roads than it really is. But it is RIGHT off the main road in Sedona. It’s also smaller than what pictures make it to look like (i think site 19 in the corner is the best) so you’re…
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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…
This is my first RV park stay and I was very happy to have hookups quiet neighbors and a safe place away from the rain. The entire park was clean and reasonably priced with decent facilities and within walking distance to the Sedona strip.
We really enjoyed our stay here! We were fortunate to grab a first come first serve spot and stayed for 2 days. Unfortunately, the weekend was all booked up, so we had to move on. Very tidy restrooms, no showers. There’s a natural spring/ aquaphor at the entrance with the absolute freshest tasting…
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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…
I guess if you have a $100 bucks a night to pay for a spot. It's good! All utilities, laundry etc. And the spit I was in backed to a creek. It would be awesome in the summer for cooling off! Note that I was in a 40'er and plenty of room. I don't believe your allowed any type of fire including…
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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.
Great spots in between flagstaff and Sedona. Literally 10 minutes from flagstaff. Campfire pits. If you’re coming from flagstaff, there’s a left turn lane to take you into the area