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Popular boondocking site 8 miles south of I-10 ar Bowie. Easy to find, level dirt road with only a bit of washboard in places. Pit toiletat the day use area. Beautiful views of the giant bolders that are prevalent in this area. There were 12-15 RVs of all types spread out widely along a single dirt…
Beautiful & a must if you like isolation. Near Hot Wells with a tub.
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Very little traffic. Decent Verizon & AT&T cell service. Cleaned up some trash to leave it better than I found it.
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Great experience here. This place is clean, other than all the cow 💩. Lol. Beautiful rock structures and great hiking.
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Very well maintained with decent size sites and ample area to run your dogs. I would give this 5 stars if not for Highway noise. If that does not bother you too much then stay here!
Thought I was going to see a crowd based on reviews. But nobody here but me. About 5 miles from I-10 to the South. Last 2 miles on dirt bit well maintained. Then you get to a bunch of connected dirt roads. At least 50 campsites off dirt roads. I met some cows on one dirt road and had a stare…
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Selected this RV park for the following reasons: Passport America discount, not along the railroad, I-10 or in the desert. It’s small and funky, weedy with, to our Bull terrier’s delight, many cats. They are dog-friendly and not too impressed with themselves like the more upscale and expensive RV…
Allie and Spiro do a great job managing this park. Very friendly and helpful. Sites are gravel with picnic tables. Restaurant on site as well as propane. Full hookups, Kamp K9. Nice clean showers and laundry.
There are a lot of small campsites all grouped together in the middle of the camping area, but me and the guys picked site 18, which has a lot of flat area for several tents, and has a much more relaxed vibe. Campus nestled right against some beautiful granite features, and well covered by…
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The campsite is a single fire ring in an unpaved parking lot about 100’ from the road which has moderate traffic. It’s free, and if you’re needing a spot to camp for the night, this might be for you. I visited in August so decided to opt for a motel room instead since the heat was well over 100.…
Fantastic geological location. Great hosts and full hookups along with Casitas. Highly recommended! Will stay there again.
The Triangle T Ranch is a neat experience. It has history and character all around. Even though it's only a quarter mile from the 10, the noise is very minimal.
We showed up while they were hosting a wedding there. We were never greated or shown any hospitality because of that but we're…
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This is probably view wise my favorite place to camp. It was pretty full when I went with big RVs which made it hard to find a spot off the road. The spots are pretty easy to get into though the road is pretty clear and smooth. The sunset here is unmatched.
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We stopped here on our way further west. There were 2 other campers there, but we were able to find a great spot where they couldn’t be seen.
Plenty of sites, ours was 1.5 miles off 191. Easy to get to in our 26’ bus. Saw a handful of vehicles pass by, likely on there way to Hot Wells.
Boondockers paradise. Beautiful views and spacious campsites. USFS Coronado National Forest controlled. Ranger came by a day after we arrived and checked in with us. 14 day limit on staying here and it seems like it is enforced.
Had two Canyon Towhees come visit us every morning.