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My friend and I camped here in a tent overnight. Each space came with its own fireplace, picnic table, shade, and a gorgeous view of the lake. The bathroom was well-lit at night and very clean for a campsite bathroom. There are water spigots everywhere for free use. They even include doggy bag…
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I've car camped a few other places since my first time camping here last year. Nothing compares. Sites on the cliff side are hard to get but I came up here on June 1 and many sites were open. I guess everyone who came up for Memorial Day weekend had already left. I was lucky enough to get site 35.…
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This campground is free to stay in max of 14days, it’s so quiet and the views are spectacular, not far from the lake if you have a car but too far to walk.
Extremely well organized staff and very clean. Confirmed our reservation the day of our arrival. The location is perfect and there is fuel and food nearby. The spots are pretty level and all have full hook ups and cable. A tad on the pricey side at $55, but there are discounts for AAA, AARP, Good…
Homolovi SP was easy to find off I-40, just follow the signs. We went straight to the campground (CG) as the entry shack was not occupied. We should have gone to the Visitors Center and register first, which we did immediately after setting up, but we had reservations and our site number. The…
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Knoll lake campground is very clean and well kept. Designated areas for tents that were raked up. The bathrooms were cleaner than most restaurants.
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.
This state park is beautiful and has lots to offer...hiking/biking trails...ruins to visit...as well as wildlife viewing...camp sites are easy back-in or pull thru...bath house is clean as well as showers...would love to spend more time but this is a one nite stop for now...
Rv spots are on the side of the gift shop parking lot. They have 30 Amp hook ups for only $15/night. The gift shop closes at 5pm so you need to be there before then or you will be without power until they open in the morning and you can pay then.
This park is just a short drive off I-40, but far enough the traffic and train noise are distant. All roadways and spaces are paved. The hook-ups are easy to access and spaces all appear relatively level. Although they have planted trees, it’s a lot of wide open space and sand. All spaces appear…
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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We always enjoy this campground. All the loops were closed but the Mallard loop. Going through some renovations on the others. We had freezing temps overnight but the days were perfect. A bit windy but bearable. No fish or even any bites.
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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…