Question about Saddle Mountain Dispersed Camping

Ginagen asked on 7/4/2021

I have a Toyota Yaris. Will it be able to safely get in to the Saddle Mountain dispersed campsites?

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Wallace Roberts
AZ
37' National Tropi-Cal 6373
2 reviews

Answered on 7/8/2021:

Yes, just take care
passcreek
ID
33' Coachmen ADRENALINE
Chevrolet 2500
6 reviews

Answered on 7/6/2021:

Yes. There are several roads around Saddle Mountain. Take your time. It will be very hot. No trees to speak of.
Kestrel20
Box Elder, SD
35' Grand Design Reflection
Ram 3500
32 reviews

Answered on 7/6/2021:

yes, just go slow and stick to the road and obvious camp sites if your camping.
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Alvarado, TX
32' Entegra Coach Odyssey
3 reviews

Answered on 7/5/2021:

You should be fine just take it slow. Don't venture off the beaten path and stay on the highway side of any and all washes. If it were to rain pretty good, it can flood in a hurry. Always leave yourself an out.
DirtTrailJunkies
AZ
37' Keystone Outback
Kenworth T800
15 reviews

Answered on 7/5/2021:

Yes, but look for flat areas. There are some that are rocky and would nit advise to camp in those areas. It is very hot now and would wait until late fall.
DirtTrailJunkies
AZ
37' Keystone Outback
Kenworth T800
15 reviews

Answered on 7/5/2021:

Yes, but look for flat areas. There are some that are rocky and would nit advise to camp in those areas. It is very hot now and would wait until late fall.

Answered on 7/5/2021:

You can get any vehicle down the roads but the farther you go the rougher the road gets. Plenty of camping options toward the front.
Paul
Big Springs, NE
37' Keystone Cougar 337fls
Ford 2013 F-350 Crewcab Diesel Dually
4 reviews

Answered on 7/5/2021:

Depends on your driving abilities. Several of the areas looked to have fairly good rocky roads. Others have quite a bit of larger rocks and boulders to work over and around. Go slow and watch where you place your tires getting over rocks. When I doubt, stop and walk ahead to check the road.

Answered on 7/5/2021:

yes for sure! We have a 37' and tow and had no issues.. and there are a couple entrances into this area.
sodyot
CA
31' Winnebago Brave
21 reviews

Answered on 7/5/2021:

Yep - as long as you don't mind getting it dusty and perhaps "pinstriped" - and it's hard on your suspension.
RobertWitham
Gillette, NV
Ford E-150
7 reviews

Answered on 7/5/2021:

There are several primitive roads that go back into the Saddle Mountain BLM area from the paved road. Some of them are pretty rough - both the entrance and the roads/trails. There are, however, a few that were in pretty good condition every time I have been there. These tend to be a bit further from town. You will probably have to be selective about where you drive in that BLM area, but there should be places that you can access without difficulty in a Yaris. Just be prepared to back up or turn around if the road starts deteriorating as some are really rough.