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Whenever my boyfriend and I don’t want to spend the time looking for another campground or need one to fall back on, this is the place! We have camped here multiple times during various seasons. Very open, free, breath taking views. The beginning is easy to get into but the deeper you get on the…
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My boyfriend and I love camping even in winter when it’s snowing. We were having the toughest time trying to find somewhere to camp during the winter in Flagstaff and we found this place! Open, free, surrounded by trees, you feel like you’re really camping even though it’s so easy and quick to get…
Easy to find. Kept going after all sites were taken and still found a place to pull off. Good views. Sedan ok.
Had to go a little further than the last "tent" on the app, but found a nice, quiet pullout.
Spent the better part of a week at a group site near the beginning of FR525. Road access near the highway entrance is fair, but gets significantly rougher the farther north you head. Rigs with lower clearance proceed with caution. Verizon cell service was low to fair, with some periods of no…
The Thousand Trails Verde Valley RV Resort is a lovely Thousand Trails RV park located in Cottonwood, Arizona in the Verde Valley. The park is very well-kept and maintained and the staff is friendly and helpful. The premium sites are unbelievably huge in size and have upgraded FHU. The views…
4.9 miles up a gravel road. Turn left where road forks(sign for Harding Point). Follow this dirt road for 1.75 miles. Stay straight on this dirt road until you hit a couple large camp spots, *do not turn off little roads(we got lost a few times…) Once you reach those open camp spots you can drive…
Wake up to hot air balloons floating in every direction. There are two main roads that have several pull offs along the way and a roundabout for scoolies, larger RVs or groups. Lots of ATVs also use this land. Apple Maps said the road was closed, but as of December, that was not the case.
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This was such a great stop between Phoenix and Sedona! It was so peaceful at night and the stars were insane! In the morning we did a short hike down to a river bed and saw some petroglyphs. Just an amazing experience all around
Boondocking camping. Cell phone and let data works here.
Great spots in between flagstaff and Sedona. Literally 10 minutes from flagstaff. Campfire pits. If you’re coming from flagstaff, there’s a left turn lane to take you into the area
We took the Schnebly Hill rd exit in downtown Sedona. We decided not to take the I-17 route because we wanted an off-roaring experience. The I-17 route and the Sedona route both lead to the Schnebly hill vista outlook. The Sedona route is SUPER BUMPY! We’re in a Ford Raptor and it took close to an…
Great area we camped here for a night not too far away from road or gas station, still had phone service but had great views and a nice layout for our camp. We only had two cars but can fit more. Did get chilly at night but did not see any animals.
Pretty cool spot right on the rio verde river, showers don’t cost extra $. Laundry is affordable, Jerome is just up the hill. Looks like if you had a shuttle car you could probably float the river to or from camp.
We stayed here for our first trip with a TT in December 2020. Water and electric hookups. They have a dump station. They have a lake to fish in and equestrian center to go on horse back rides.
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