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Took a trip out to the water and explored while in the Jeep.
- Peaceful and relaxation!
- Some hiking, read a book, and close to Payson.
- my android had service to check in with my family.
- Clean Campground and Bathrooms.
- 2 miles East on Houston Mesa rd. Away you can drive to shofly Indian ruins.
- 2 miles north on 260 is creek on the West side of the…
Had a nice time here with the family. The spots are spaced out decently.
We stayed in Mule 20. The site was perfectly level. Got a good nights sleep and breakfast.
Great free area to camp. Spots go fast on the weekends. There were some campsites where people left trash which was disappointing. Pack it in and out!
People leave a lot of trash here :(
Rocky & bumpy road, but beautiful views!
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The park was nice and tidy. The pool area looked nice, we didn’t get a chance to enjoy that part. I was a bit put off by the office staff on the phone. She told me that they didn’t allow vans in their park. We have a 27 ft coach house b+. I explained what a coach house was. I guess she looked it up…
Close to Goldfield Ghost Town. Get the permit to Bulldog Canyon and hit the trails off roading.
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We spent 4 nights in #3 Mountain Lion loop. Pull through site that our 30' toy hauler fit nicely in. Would be tight for anything larger.
Really beautiful place with many trees. Convient toilets and showers. Showers are $3 for 6 minutes. We didn't use them. Lots of bear proof dumpsters.
A lot if trash just left around.
Sandy & rocky road, but nice when you get back in there.
With your permit to hike Cibecue Falls it gives you one night of camping at the camp ground. There is no power or water. They do have a bathroom. It does make for a relaxing night after a short hike to the falls. The road back is a dirt road with a cliff on one side. Saw cars back there so not a…
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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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