Casey J.
Las Cruces, NM
Joined August 2018
Dreamer, digital nomad, writer.
Tidy campground tucked into the redwoods

There’s a spot for nearly everyone here! The showers and bathrooms are in the center of the campground, so it’s a bit of a walk from the tent sites near the entrance so plan for that. The tent sites have water and power hookups, which is great!

Excellent KOA experience worth the $$

This KOA is tucked just off the main road into Flagstaff and is a quiet and beautifully maintained campground. there are lots of curious squirrels and birds to watch (but don’t feed them your junk food). You’re camping among the pines, here. It adds to the fresh air and high altitude healthy vibe of the area. just a few minutes drive to downtown for a local brew or meal.

Definitely recommend getting over to nearby Buffalo Park if you’re looking for an easy trail run at about 7800ft elevation with amazing views of Mt. Elden.

First to Review
Quiet solitude with views

Dispersed camping in the Boise National Forest is top notch camping, for free. There are easy and well maintained roads to access the forest and camping, and in this campground, there were excellent stone fire rings. Several were already loaded with a free batch of locally felled firewood!