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Close to I8 and the BLM Sonoran National Monument. This is a Pinal County park and there are about 19 sites, most are nice large pull thru sites. Well maintained dirt gravel roads. 14d limit and $10 nite for standard site with a shade cabana, table and bbq grill. Camp host on site. However there…
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Roads are a little rough, just take it slow. There are a lot of sites, lots of utvs and folks riding horses out here. Town is close, close enough you can hear it. Altogether it's a nice place to make camp for a bit.
I loved this place, there’s ton of activity you can do and people are really nice and friendly. The bathrooms aren’t the cleanest but they aren’t that bad. You should definitely bring your own fire wood also don’t forget your fishing rods. The only problem I had was one of the visitors was…
Stayed closer to highway bc kids make a lot of noise and we didn’t have to worry about bothering anyone. Views are great and sites well maintained.
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Super solid camping outside of Phoenix. Great views all around. Excellent hiking and mountain biking in area. Easy access.
Nice view but the access road is terrible
I planned on staying about 5 miles away on some public land but upon arrival, I didn’t have service (remote worker) so I quickly found this place. Arrived in the dark and pulled up the reservation site (all online). It’s $10/night plus a $2 processing fee. Spots were spacious, had a picnic table…
Only a few site big enough for our Roadwarror Toyhauler.
Quick getaway close to home but seemed like we were far away. Yes there are OHVs out here but nothing rowdy going on by us. We camp wit a TT and had a great time.
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Little to close to town for what I was after but great spot for a few days getting supplies what not .
The road leading to the camping area is full of pot holes and almost impassable.
The views are amazing but so is the traffic. But around 9pm it quiets down. Sites are close to the road for the most part unless you have a high clearance vehicle. Lots of hiking in the area. Trail head at end of road gets very busy. Oh also this is state trust land so permit is required.
I do not know where the true campground is for this spot, but if you go to these coordinates it is only a parking lot for a trail head. There are NO vehicle entrances.
I believe the correct spot is
“West Gate to Bulldog Canyon OHV Area” which is less than a mile NE from here. This area has…
Beautiful lake! Lots of shoreline access for swimming. Roadrunner campground is very nice. Quiet and beautiful views.
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Holidays get packed. Currents get strong out in the middle lista of Spots. Wild horses. Fishing, you can camp in Friday-Out sunday