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This is a pullout along the dirt road to see the cranes. There is a pit toilet and garbage. The area is filled with cars parking so you may have to wait to pull into an area to park. Great spot to see the Sandhill Cranes and other wildlife.
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The road up is well maintained gravel/dirt road. We made it up easily in our Transit. The wind is a bit crazy and it's cold, but it's January for gosh sakes! The views are stunning and there are several spots along Juniper Flats Rd.
This resort is not fancy with a lot of bells and whistles but does have large sites, peace and quiet, a laid back vibe, friendly host and residents, and nature trails with great desert birds. And this campground is very dog friendly. Laundry, showers and bathrooms are all in great working order.…
It lives up to its name. Super friendly camp host and staff. Quiet and remote. Huge sites and large well equipped clubhouse. Only 2sets of laundry machines so you need to time that right but never supper busy when we needed them. Nice nature trail around large property. I put the loop @ 1.8 miles…
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Small campground with 28 level sites. All hookups avail. Tent sites offered dry or with electricity. $17.00 - $20.00. However, those sites are next to club house. We elected to take a full hookup site, although We only needed electricity. $27.00 + tax with Good Sam discount. 1 shower for all and 1…
Nice views looking down in to Bisbee surrounded by mountains. Close to road, several small pullouts great for vans or smaller camera.
This is a dispersed spot. Room for two rigs. Great view but it’s a bit windy at night. You can also go up the steep hill around the corner and find more dispersed spots further up the road. During hunting season there is a bit of traffic on this road.
I visited this place in early January, at this time there were hundreds of cranes I'm not sure when the prime viewing month is but you would not be disappointed in January. There is dispersed free camping in the parking loop. Just pull Up to one of the pipe enclosed picnic tables and set up.…
The campground is in the Sulphur Springs Valley at an elevation of 4200 feet. Located in the shadow of the Mule Mountains it is only a little over eight miles from the quaint, mining town of Bisbee. Old Bisbee is a charming, mountainside town that is often referred to as little San Francisco. The…
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Go in spring.