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Clean good camping in February 2021. Lots of razrs on the trail. Took seven springs cave creek to bloody basin road into the site. Then bloody basin back to I17 on the way home. Both scenic good drives. BUMPY. kidney rockers on the way down to the water. Air down.
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Do you want to get away from the city but only have a vehicle that’s is low to the ground making dirt roads challenging or sometimes impossible? This is the campsite for you. While the site is on a dirt road it has been maintained enough that my typical sedan can get to it easily and the road is…
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I would return, the ground is nice even after raining all night, wasn’t muddy
As I usually do in places like this I will advise you should have an suv or truck and 4wd before even bothering with this area.
It’s remote as can be and there isn’t a single thing out here including cell service
As far as the camp site well it’s about a 40mi trek through the empty desert to…
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First and foremost keep your eyes on temperature and property in this area and make sure you’re setting up in used areas and not just driving all over the landscape
I camped here in June and thankfully I was prepared because it was a cooker and there isn’t a lot of shade or cover so you need to…
This is a nice fairly quiet campground in the pines three miles off of highway 260. There’s a picnic table and fire ring at the sites as well as a couple vault toilets at the campground. There’s a beautiful view looking out to the NW however there are some fairly large power lines to the west. We…
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This place is beautiful except for it is always crowded! So make sure you go early to find a good spot! I would definitely go again!
We stumbled across this site and fell really enjoyed it. Dispersed sites and minor to moderate traffic.
Big open spots with lots to do nearby. There are multiple places to pull of of this road and camp. This is a pack in/pack out site with trees and fresh air. It is part of Tonto National forest so fire restrictions and usually in place through the summer. Tall pines are everywhere with junipers here…
Campground Review: This is dispersed camping in Coconino National Forest. There is camping throughout this area and it is all dispersed. Some spots are better than others but everything is pretty awesome. Tall pines all around, lots of exploring room for kids. The camping areas are all pretty open…
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