Pinery Canyon Road

Coronado National Forest

2 Reviews
Pinery Canyon Rd. Willcox, AZ 85643 520-364-3468 520-388-8300 Official Website

GPS: 31.9694, -109.3209

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Overview of Pinery Canyon Road

There are many dispersed camping sites along Pinery Canyon Road.

Pad Type dirt

Elevation 7000 ft

Max Stay 14

Tent Camping Yes

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BackcountryCookes
GA Nissan Xterra
30 reviews
“Primitive camping near Chiricahua ”

Reviewed 3/14/2019

Nightly rate: FREE!
Days stayed: 3
Site Number: N/a
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We camped about .5 miles into the National forest on the righthand side on what appeared to be a seldom driven power line right of way, marked by a windmill. The road into the National Forest is washboarded but manageable. We drove to the end of the powerline right of way and had a quiet site right on a stream. We passed 1-2 additional sites on the way, where we saw a tent camper and a pickup truck with one of those camper shells. We could see the main forest service road from our campsite, but there wasn’t too much traffic and nothing that kept us up at night. We heard western screech owls at night and there was plenty of wood on the ground to have a campfire. Our xterra made it back to our site just fine but I wouldn’t recommend hauling a trailer back there. This site made day trips to Chiricahua National Monument easy.

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MeganC
18' Nucamp T@b 400 Toyota 4Runner
2 reviews
“Beautiful & peaceful sites”

Reviewed 3/4/2019

Nightly rate: FREE!
Days stayed: 3
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The monument campground was full when we arrived so we made our way down to Pinery Canyon. The road is right outside the park. You have to drive for a few miles to cross into the NF, and the road is very washboarded in several areas. But, if you can make it past that part you’ll be rewarded with lots of pretty, shady sites. Some are located by the creek on the right hand side of the road. We camped about 6-7 miles from the beginning of the road. There we’re lots of folks camping because it was a weekend, but we still found a site. Highly recommended!

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MeganC would stay here again

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  • dry camping
  • Dispersed Camping
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  • recreation trail
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