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It was somewhat busy, but still quiet. You can faintly hear a train at night. I felt safe in my rooftop tent, but did hear coyotes around midnight. The view was pretty.
The camp hosts Chris and Jerry are wonderful. The camp was very clean and well managed. Each camp was like a little zen garden. Manicured very well and organized. The community toilets even smelled good!
Dispersed camping off dirt roads. Highly Used but still space for privacy. Fire restrictions in the summer. No cell service. Some groups were loud and some vehicle traffic throughout the night. Sites are not numbered, just camp near the road. Check out Woods Canyon Lake on the way in!
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Stars were amazing, the sites felt spaced out and private. I'd happily camp here again!
We love to camp at the Mogollon Rim! There are plenty of sites to camp in, but it does fill up quick on the weekends. By Sunday afternoon, almost everyone is gone.
When you first come in there are sites closer to the rim, but these tend to fill up faster than the others. If you drive further back…
This is a great state campground. Not a lot of sites but they're REALLY BIG and gives a sense of being in the forest but still has toilets nearby for those who need them. Great place for tent camping but most sites can support MH & Trailers.
Look for your overnight camp spot then go back to the entrance and pay for your site. The pay kiosk is at the stop sign at the entrance. No working showers.
Campsites have a decent amount of space. We had to 10 person tents, 210 x 10 foot canopies, plenty of area around the fire pit as well as space have horseshoes and cornhole set up. Maybe we got lucky with our site location but it definitely worked out well! The forest service staff that maintained…
Great setting on the lake. Hardworking helpful host team keeps the grounds and toilets immaculate. Lake is lovely. Early morning access before day use crowds come is great for quiet early morning kayak or SUP use.
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!
Rocky & bumpy road, but beautiful views!
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Van camped one night to test out our new van conversion. Area seems well maintained. Man made lake, levels are low. Easy to access from main road. Spots seem spaced well. Nice pad, picnic bench and fire ring.
You are basically on the side of interstate. For tent it is really noisy option as tent sites are closest to the highway. In addition is rather expensive option ($33 per small tent).
Absolutely loved it up here. Saw a group of elk, and paddle boarded on the reservoir! Lots of camp sites some big some small, highly recommed everyone experience this!
Nice open campsites - hosts on duty during open season. Can be Tricky to get out of mud when it rains. - Driveways can be Rocky and muddy. but overall a great place to camp. As expected, no Amenities. pack out what you bring in.