Question about White Spar Campground

Laura and Rejean asked on 11/17/2020

Were you able to take 89 all the way to the campground? We're seeing signs that refer to a 40 foot limit.

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Hiker Girl
17' Casita Travel Trailers Ford f 150
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Answered on 11/18/2020:

So if you’re coming from the south through peoples valley. If you are coming from Jerome it can get a bit tricky. I just pull a 17 foot Casita and had no problem either direction
Life's Little Adventures
30' Lazy Daze 50th Anniversary 30' Island Bed 2011 Subaru Forester
60 reviews

Answered on 11/18/2020:

It is a curvy road with lots of upside and downs. We unhooked the toad and my husband drove our 31' motor home while I drove the car so it was not a problem. You can always take the road thru Skull Valley to avoid it but it's longer and you have to go through Prescott and lots of traffic to get to White Spar.

Answered on 11/18/2020:

We took 89 to Prescott towing our 27 - no problem from my standpoint. However, do not tow your trailer heading north through Jerome! Don't ask me how I know that.

Answered on 11/17/2020:

It depends which direction you are coming from. The campground is very accessible from Prescott - no issue there. There were some fairly sizable rigs camping a few weeks ago. If you are coming over the mountain pass from Wilhoit, yes, there is a posted 40-foot combined length limit posted though the road didn't seem any worse than the 89A to Cottonwood where there is a 50-foot limit. Either way, the entrance to the campground is right off the highway - the coordinates provided here are correct.