Maria B.

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March 28, 2018

356 days ago

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Maria B. 4 reviews

"Nice but crowded"

We went in the middle of July when the high temperatures were reported in the 90s. I was in a travel trailer with generators so I was able to stay cool during the day and the nighttime temperatures were tolerable at around 65°. This is not a... Read more

DeMotte Campground North Rim, AZ
453 days ago

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Maria B. 4 reviews

"Awesome hidden gem"

This campsite had everything: Lynn was THE nicest camp host, clean bathrooms, a little store nearby and tons of WILDLIFE! We woke to deer slowly walking at the edges and listening to the coo of coyotes at night. We went 08/23 and the weather was... Read more

465 days ago

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Maria B. 4 reviews

"Gorgeous wilderness"

Very remote area with stunning views and fishing. The temperature in the summer is lovely and cool. Reservations are available and I wouldn’t chance it because the drive is extensive to have to turn around. The last 15 miles are dirt and somewhat... Read more

465 days ago

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Maria B. 4 reviews

"Go early"

Lovely hidden secret in Southern Nevada. In the prime cooler months make sure you arrive early to scout a campsite. We arrived at 0800 on a Thursday morning and was able to get a full hook up in Atlatl. Stunning hikes and the campground is very... Read more
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"Nice but crowded"
DeMotte Campground
North Rim, AZ
"Awesome hidden gem"
"Gorgeous wilderness"
"Go early"
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