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126 days ago

azrocks 5 reviews

"Would have enjoyed if I had made it past the sandpit"

That's right, I didn't make it past the deep sandpit in my passenger vehicle, about half a mile into the area. You need at least a high clearance vehicle and possibly even real 4WD depending on the actual condition of the sandy road. I did pull... Read more

138 days ago

azrocks 5 reviews

"Pretty good place to stay near town"

Fairly small compared to other dispersed areas but has its features: a maintained bathroom and easy access to hiking, mountain biking, and ATV trails. Might be closed winters, gets muddy with rain/snowmelt, but otherwise nice to camp among firs... Read more

146 days ago

azrocks 5 reviews

"Great place to camp for a while."

I thought this place was going to be a few sites for a night or two but realized it was a lot more after staying a week. This place is a real charm with great views between the plentiful firs. If you rely on solar power, most sites have at least a... Read more

151 days ago

azrocks 5 reviews

"Excellent camping among ponderosa"

The goal was to mountain bike the AZT section nearby, and road 302 intersects the trail about 10 miles east of the pavement. There are hundreds of dispersed camp spots along both sides of the road and it gets very quiet with fewer or no neighbors... Read more

Forest Road 109 Williams, AZ
151 days ago

azrocks 5 reviews

"Many, many dispersed campsites through the area"

Most campsites are just off any of several roads, 109 included. The site we chose was right by the Sycamore Falls trailhead, good hiking right off camp. Nice ponderosa forest all around, mostly quiet except for the hikers driving by to the... Read more
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"Would have enjoyed if I had made it past the sandpit"
"Pretty good place to stay near town"
"Great place to camp for a while."
"Excellent camping among ponderosa"
Forest Road 109
Williams, AZ
"Many, many dispersed campsites through the area"

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