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Nice county campground with hiking and biking. No water hookups and no showers but outdoor dishwashing station available. Some sites are fairly small and not level. Only a few would take big rigs. Great desert views.
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Good place for a temporary camp. It’s pretty close to the road so it’s noisy. Very close to town for supplies or site seeing.
Plenty of space, the best dog parks ever!
Stayed two nights and was a great area. Ended up getting a spot near the main road but overall was very quite. Insane views and just a unique area. Empire Ranch had potable water to fill up and there are a ton of vineyards within 20 minutes. Was super windy one day but definitely coming back.
I booked Gilbert Ray based on campground location. We wanted to be close enough to Tucson for day trips yet far enough out to enjoy some peace and quiet. We were pleasantly surprised by the beauty of the place. Sunrises and sunsets are something to behold!
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This is a big lot right off the side of the highway. A lot of people in the area with tents and campers. Super close to gas stations and places to eat. Free of course and not a lot of privacy but all in all a good place to stay in a pinch!
It was a good clean park and close to sights we wanted to see. Easy access from freeway.
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Gorgeous desert, close to Saguaro National part West side, flush toilets and helpful camp hosts. The spots on A loop at least were super snug. Some larger ones against open desert that we will shoot for next trip. Great jumping off spot for the national park.
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People have left trash and tires everywhere it’s disgusting!
It's truely justa spot to park. We got there and it was kind of packed. We didn't want to park right next to other people so we drove down the road a bit to the east of the little mountain. We found a spot. That night police came blasting through shining spot lights, it appeared as though they were…
This BLM land has plenty of spots to park and camp. There is quite a bit of road noise though. Not bad for free camping though.
Pima County campground. Positives are that it is convenient to Tuscon. Nice mountain biking and hiking trails right from the campground. East access to Suguaro National Park. Negatives are that it seems pricey for what you get. We stayed in H loop which is first come first serve and had to pay…
If you are looking for a place that is easy to get in and out of as well as peaceful and remote, this is it! There’s a few other campers here, but lost of space between sites so we can never hear them. Great space to walk the dogs around here. It’s gets a little windy at times and the cows can make…
Typical BLM site, road noise, and shooting range sounds are familiar here. The road and areas are pretty flat; ok in rains also
Quiet, close to NP and Regional Park with many trails, Be patient with service Clean toilets No Showers $20 per night