Bulldog Canyon OHV Area - Access #3 Wolverine

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Cactus Road Apache Junction, AZ 85119 480-610-3300 602-225-5200 Official Website

GPS: 33.4675, -111.5309

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Overview of Bulldog Canyon OHV Area - Access #3 Wolverine

Obtain a free six-month permit, for 6 people (per household), from the Mesa Ranger District office 5140 E. Ingram St. Mesa, Arizona 85205 (or request permit online) prior to entry into Bulldog Canyon. Access gates are locked, and the permit contains the lock combinations.

Pad Type dirt

Open Seasonally Bald Eagle Seasonal Closures - December 1 to June 30

Elevation 2,034 ft / 619 m

Max Stay 14

Tent Camping Yes

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5bars
AT&T 4G/LTE
Confirmed by 1 User
Last reported 5/27/2020
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SchwenyTribe
Tiger, GA 16' Starcraft 1706 GMC Yukon- XL
8 reviews
“Great Views Loud Late into the Night”

Reviewed 5/27/2020

Nightly rate: FREE!
Days stayed: 2
Overall Rating

We got here in the early evening for a two-night stay. The gate was already opened, and a local told us that the sheriff opens it in the morning and locks it at night. The roads are pretty rough getting in. We drove all the way to the end of the main road, there were only 2-3 possible spots, it was memorial day. When we settled on a spot that we could back into there was a decent amount of trash, lots of rocks, and cactus (but I suppose that should be expected in the desert). There was not a lot of room for kids to run around and play like other OHV parks we have stayed at. There were a lot of people in and out of the park, driving up and down the roads at all hours of the night and early morning in both off road and on-road vehicles. Multiple groups looked like teenagers looking for a spot to party. The ATV riders were courteous and friendly, locals would walk or bike by during the day, but all the traffic through the night made sleeping very difficult. The location was beautiful the sunsets were magnificent and a beautiful view of Lost Dutchman State park.

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5bars
AT&T 4G/LTE

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  • dry camping
  • Dispersed Camping
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