One of the best kept BLM camps I've seen (13 years full timing). Hosts were excellent. Not much more to add except a couple of pics of the pit toilets.
1048 days ago
Rockhouse Trail is paved for a few hundred feet, the there is dirt. At the beginning of the dirt trail there is a large sign the states the area is closed. The vast area from this point onward is totally empty, where in previous years we stayed...
We stayed here on a Friday (May 10, 2019) and were the only ones here, initially. We could turn around within the campsite with our 32' trailer and F-250 but could not fit within any of the 4 designated sites without unhooking. We settled near...
Passing through in early May. Nothing going on so there were few others here. We boondocked in a pull-thru site for the $10 plus tax rate. Freshly mowed lawn. Very quiet. Free wi-fi was fast. Multiple OTA TV. Bathrooms were clean and large...
Better coordinates are for the entrance off of US 93 - 37.31691, -115.12968. Reason being that this the ONLY entrance to the campground (there's a sign). Coming from the South, I put in the coordinates listed, which are for the middle of the...
This Coconino National Forest area is outside of the Red Rock district so no pass is required. It is about 9 miles from Cottonwood (Walmart Supercenter) and 12 miles from Sedona, just off of Hwy 89A. From Sedona, turn right onto NF-9571, from...
Morgan Hill Thousand Trails suffered a serious flood in March, 2016. The resort was closed for 10 months. A massive renovation and renewal is underway. Roads and sites have been cleaned up and graveled, some bathrooms have been refurbished (the...
Price reflects a 20% senior (62+) and includes $5 park fee. Some very large sites nicely separated. Some long pull-thru. 24 sites with water and 30 amp electric. Several trails through the woods and a self guided tour of the Indian mounds.
Price reflects membership in Thousand Trails "Trails Collection" program. Regular price would have been $54.00. Location is 30 miles NE of Charlotte, Fl but there's not much of interest near by. Very clean and neat with a mix of well kept park...
Spectacular setting on Lake Okatibbee in rural Mississippi. Very end of October and very few people here. Typical well maintained COE site. Collinsville, with Walmart and cheap gas 10 miles away. Water/electric sites with dump on the way out. ...
"The area up Rockhouse Trail is closed to all traffic. "
"Site not officially open nor maintained."
"Beautiful spot for 1 or several days. Can't beat free."
"Excellent boondocking site between Cottonwood and Sedona. Quiet and dark at night."
"Well maintained campground, beautiful woods, indian mounds, and a small lake"
"One night stay en-route to Painted Rocks National Seashore"
"Town of population 528 has this CG!"
"Spent one night enrout to the East coast. Trying to beat the July heat."
"Stopped to take a look. "
"Two days to relax between boondocking sites."
"Beautiful site - entrance road a little rough but doable - go slowly!"
"Not suitable for large rigs"
"Near Lone Pine, where we stayed"
"Camped right next to the North Fork, John Day River"
"Good central location for the Clarn and Painted hills units of John Day Fossil Beds National Monument "
"Another nice stop as we head north"
"Great stop for us in cold, snowy weather. And free!"
"Followed GPS to the give coordinates just to check it out for further reference."
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