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There are a lot of place to camp in middle of trees on Cocomino National Forest. No amenities but fire place area and lots of wood to put fire. 5 km from Flagstaf near Walnut canyon. Great 4G reception, 4 bars Verizon and 5 bars AT&T. I believe most 2WD vehicles with good clearance would be able to access.
PLEASE TAKE YOUR TRASH WITH YOU
Many spaces off of Cosnino Rd. Many were already occupied at 5 pm, but we had no problem finding one that was open, flat, and away from other boondockers, though several rigs were visible from our site. Area clean,with firepit and view of peaks north of Flagstaff.Report Check-In
not good in wintertime, muddy, not for big rigs, many campers homeless,Report Check-In
Lots of sites but busier than expected for a Thursday in December. Started on the west side and had to drive all the way to the east boundary of camping before I found one of the few available spots (at 6:30 PM). Nice and secluded spot once I found one though with great mountain views. Verizon signal varied between sites, generally about two bars of LTE though which was good enough for the night.Report Check-In
Lots of areas and good Verizon. Take your trash home and take your building materials to the dumpReport Check-In
Good spot for the night. Trains in distance was nice. No prob finding a spot. Have 2 strong bar on verizon.Report Check-In
Plenty of space 2wd ok if no rain but rain equals mud. 3 bars Verizon. Only packed in winter because all other forest roads are closed for safety. Lots of folks leaving behind garbage and human feces in bags. Please don’t be that person. This privilege of camping has been taken away and will be again. Please be a kind quiet neighbor to other campersReport Check-In
pros: good spot for one night.
cons: super packed! almost every spot was taken on a Wednesday night! we barely found a spot and it was the one no one wanted seems like people may live here!
we were in a 24ft rv and were able to maneuver thru pretty easily.
for some reason we had bars but no intternet connection so that was a bummer.
overall it was a decent stay for a night!Report Check-In
access road has many spots on either side. cell signal was good and the spot was pretty levelReport Check-In
Sweet place right off of Historic Route 66. Plenty of room and really quiet.Report Check-In
Nice dirt road with a lot of pull offs for wild camping. Some places are possible for big Rigs. Fire allowed. Quiet. Close to the Walnut Canyon National Monument. No facilities.Report Check-In
Lots of pull offs on the road, quiet and close to Flagstaff. However, pulling out 20 foot camper on this road was pretty rough and rocky. Can't recommend.Report Check-In
It’s very nice. Go slow if you don’t have 4wd. I stopped before the map location along the road there are multiple dirt roads with campsites.Report Check-In
Decent place, lots of spots, pretty busy for Monday night.
I left right away the next morning because the Verizon service isn’t great despite previous reviews. Yea, yea unplug and connect with nature - I work a 9-5 every day while traveling still. Always striving for a good balance.
Anywho, I drove the whole stretch of the road from stat to finish (it goes back out to highway) and pulled into several spots and couldn’t get more than 1-2 wobbly bars on my phone (nothing would load) and 2 wobbly bars on my hot spot - antenna booster didn’t help.
I turned devices on and off as well and that didn’t help. Could hear train this morning but not at night with vent fans goingReport Check-In
super calme and quiet
The entrance at the site is a bit bumpy but going slowly is ok
Just as described. Many many spots along the road to pull into. Plenty of other campers around. Just keep driving until you find your spot. Great star gazing at night!Report Check-In
Some nice pull offs with stone fire rings. Privacy provided by nature.
Had good t-mobile service and fair Verizon service.Report Check-In
Lots of sites off the forest road, most with rock firepits. Saw campers every 400 yards or so, plenty of space and trees to have privacy. Easy access off of I-40. Beautiful views of the mtns.Report Check-In
Plenty of Wild Camping available in this area, you will camp surrounded by trees. There are several turn offs from S. Cosnino Road some need more clearance but mostly doable by 2WD vehicles. Verizon Internet 4 bars, AT&T 5 bars.Report Check-In
Plenty of different roads/locations to camp. Saw some people camping in tents. Weather dropped to 32 degrees at night, high elevation area. Very quiet and peaceful. Beautiful views! T-mobile phone gets decent signal!Report Check-In
Many nice campsites with lots of space in the forest along Cosnino Road from Hwy 40 exit 207 towards Walnut Canyon. Clean, nice view to Humphreys Peak, some distant noise from I-40 and the railroad.Report Check-In
Typical wild camping dirt road site. Fire pits and lots of different paths to camp on so you don’t see other people when you’re at the site. Some pull ins have multiple sites in them. Four wheel drive highly recommend but some sites were more easily accessible. Close to the petrified forest so we stayed hereReport Check-In
Several campsite along the dirt road. Very quiet. No amenities.
Cellular signal low reception.
Wild camping in the forest near the walnut canyon NM, plenty of spot, very quiet and peaceful, we even saw two dears!Report Check-In
as described, plenty of sites. frequently hear train, but not too loud.Report Check-In