public land | Wild Camping

United States

Details

Last Visited: about 2 months ago
GPS: 33.451055, -111.497647
Altitude: 595.9 masl
Place Website:

Amenities

Electricity: No
Wifi: Yes - Average
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: No
Water: No
Toilets: No
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes

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Description

iOverlander cannot verify if wild camping is permitted at this location. It is your responsibility to verify local laws or obtain consent before staying the night.

14 night stay signage.
Quiet, about 20 spots off the road way.
Semi-rutted road, but go slow and easily drivable by RV, car or van.

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Turn left .8 miles after mile marker 199. You will cross a couple washes but my 2WD sprinter 170 did just fine. Keep going and you’ll end up on a hill with a view of the ghost town and the Superstition Mountains. Rangers did rounds both days and overall area was clean. Trails connect with hackamore rd and bulldog canyon.

Stayed here another four nights and had no issues. The garbage piles we saw last year have been cleaned up and no unruly neighbors this time. The views of Superstition Mountains seriously cannot be beat. We caught the most epic sunset of our lives here! No amenities. Good cell service on ATT. Free!

after staying one night I had been visited by the sheriff's 3 times. they said I was good for 14 days but there seemed to be police presence non stop. prolly not an issue for most by I like to be left alone. really nice spot too.

seems it's been cleaned up. went back pretty far off the main road. saw 5 other campers out here. clean and fairly quiet.

We spent 4 nights here and really enjoyed ourselves, however there are a few pros and cons.

Pros: Beautiful view of Superstition Mountains, established fire pits, mostly private, close to town, good cell service on ATT, free. We drove passed the wash and took the first large spot on the right.

Cons: There are obviously people who have been staying here a looong long time. The people who occupy the first few spots once you turn off the highway have filled them with garbage, junk cars, and RVs. We also heard two loud domestic disputes between other campers/residents. We still felt safe and would stay again.

14 night stay signage.
Quiet, about 20 spots off the road way.
Semi-rutted road, but go slow and easily drivable by RV, car or van.