The restrooms are clean, the views are pretty, and there's a small playground. Other than that, not much else to get excited about. This campground is located in-between an interstate and a busy railroad. Despite being right next to the Columbia,...
We camped here on a Friday and Saturday night in June, so it was busy. Lots of kite surfers pulling in with class C's or truck campers. Lots of tent campers also. But we were able to arrive around 3pm and still find a spot in the parking lot, but...
Stopped here for the night on our way from Idaho to Portland. Easy to access (slightly washboard road in), nice big gravel parking lot with pit toilet. Occasional train noise in the distance, but nothing bad. 2/4 Verizon LTE bars, 5mbps down.
1287 days ago
This was a great find! Only a 10 minute drive to Grand Canyon, but far enough away to be quiet in the forest.
There were a handful of other campers around in the forest, but we never heard anyone else. The nights were dark and quiet and I got...
Overall, we loved having free camping so close to Flagstaff. We used this spot as a jumping-off point to visit the 3 nearby National Monuments as well as a long-ish drive out to Petrified Forest NP. It was also nice to only be a few minutes from...
We wanted a boondocking spot near Tuzigoot and Jerome, but close enough to get back to I-17 to get up to Flagstaff. We stopped here based on the other positive reviews and were very disappointed.
I'm guessing the other reviews came here during...
We loved this spot!! It's close enough to the town of Ajo, yet far enough to feel like you're all alone.
A few notes: Once you get to the "smuggling sign", the road turns pretty nasty. Try not to go too far. Any OHV road to your right has a...
PROS: Free, "close" to Phoenix. And it was free.
CONS: Not much around. Cow smell in the mornings some days.
As some other reviewers have mentioned, there's only a handful of "official" sites -- some in the main loop and 4 down the side...
While this site is a little far from Yuma (30-40 min), it was a great spot for a few reasons: 1) tons of space to camp, 2) great Verizon signal, and 3) very little dust, 4) well-maintained roads in.
We stayed here for quite awhile. There's not...
We came here as a stop-over between Joshua Tree and the beach. The other review mentioned Cottonwood Campground, but I didn't pay attention and opted for the slightly cheaper Lakeview Campground.
The site was dirt, and all the grass was dead. I...
"Noisy, windy, and not much to do"
"Beautiful forest with easy access to Grand Canyon"
"Close to Flagstaff, slow internet"
"Crowded and poor Verizon speeds"
"Peaceful, yet close to town"
"Lakeview Campground: dusty, rocky, and brown"
"Expensive, but worth it"
"Quiet in the Off-Season"
"ROCKY POINT CAMPGROUND - avoid"
"Friendly, quiet, beautiful spot"
"Not much to do, but a decent place to stop"
"Great stop on our way to GTNP"
"Clean, but expensive and road noise"
"Rough road, beautiful views"
"Family Friendly. Great for East Glacier. Expensive."
"Big spaces. Quiet -- even in the summer!"
"Great location to Lake McDonald and Going to The Sun Road"
"Clean, friendly, and good location. A little tight."
"Nice, new, clean, and spacious"
"Easy access, but secluded and beautiful"