Overview of Loy Butte Road
Accessibility is not guaranteed, always scout ahead before driving down dirt roads.
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Last Price Paid: $0
Reported by Cheryl on 12/5/2019
Longest RV Reported: 42 feet (Class A)
Reported by Life Rebooted on 4/12/2017
Pad Type dirt
Elevation 4,429 ft / 1,349 m
Max Stay 14
Tent Camping Yes
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Reviews of Loy Butte Road 41 people have reviewed this location.
“Nice spot close to Sedona or Cottonwood”
Loy Butte Rd, also known as FR525, is equidistant from Sedona or Cottonwood right off 89A so all the activities in the area are very accessible. There is a great deal of dispersed camping here and we chose a spot about 2 miles from the main road. Access was decent but dusty with some washboard. You can camp anywhere unless its speci... more
Loy Butte Rd, also known as FR525, is equidistant from Sedona or Cottonwood right off 89A so all the activities in the area are very accessible. There is a great deal of dispersed camping here and we chose a spot about 2 miles from the main road. Access was decent but dusty with some washboard. You can camp anywhere unless its specifically signed that it is not allowed. The views are spectacular and noise almost non-existent. Goatheads, a particularly nasty thorn, are abundant so this may not be the greatest spot for pets. Big rigs may not have enough turning room in many of the spots but we were fine in our 27' Airstream. The site was only moderately level and it took a couple of tries to get the best spot. Cell and internet were fine with Verizon. Be careful with fire as this is very dry country unless you're here in the summer monsoon season. Would camp here again.
Denise K. would stay here again
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My sister Kalie is a teacher so the only time she could come visit us was on her Spring Break. Unfortunately, it was also Spring Break for lots of other families which meant campsites were b...
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- dry camping
- Dispersed Camping
- The Native Tourist
Secluded & Open
Beautiful red rock views from many spots
Top of the hill with incredible 360 degree views
- Liam n Maggie
Good spot near Sedona
Easy access, close to the city
- Seven Wanders the World
Great stay in November
- Margaret P.
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