Crozier Ranch - Route 66 | Wild Camping

United States

Details

Verified:
2 months ago
Altitude:
1285.0 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
mchapman007

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
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

Lots of roomy campsites; use US Public Lands or similar app to confirm you are on BLM and not private land. Very clean. So little trash I'll be able to carry the litter out of my big campsite in one hand. Well done, previous campers. 1-2 bars of Verizon, enough for email and similar. 0 bars of T-mobile.

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What a great place. Just open the gate. It's free to stay here. With a few cows.

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Nice spot flat with a big fire pit. lots of turds near the fireplace tho. you can hear the trains every half hour passing by but not so loud.
nice quiet spot.

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Gate closed but not locked. Go through and find a campsite. Great place to stay before hiking havasupi if you don’t want to pay for the hotel. Barely 1 bar Verizon and zero Att even with booster

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Sweet spot with lots of green bushes and trees.

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Very large area with so many campsites. Lots of trains some louder than others. Great spot!

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As described. Fairly level spots for multiple rigs. There is a gate you need to open to access. A bit muddy when wet. But even after a light rain it wasn’t too difficult to get out. We stayed close to the road as we arrived late in the evening. We have an in truck camper and are cautions because we are heavy but didn’t have any issues here.

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Great place just off Route 66 on Public lands slight noise from road and trains lots of space to spread out no one was here mid February
I’d definitely stay here again

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Had a nice spot in this area for a couple days. Some road noise, but not bad. Lots of small trees around. Many fire pits, but only saw one other van here...probably busy during hunting season. Beautiful valley views.

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Didn’t go in as far as others but all the spots are great. Great views. Just a low hum of trains all night. Open and shut gate. No sign in today, would stay again

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Great spot, quiet for one evening. Be sure to stay in designated public areas. Space for two Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 144s, one Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 170, and 10' trailer. Pack it in, pack it out. Limited cell service.

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Lots of roomy campsites; use US Public Lands or similar app to confirm you are on BLM and not private land.

Very clean. So little trash I'll be able to carry the litter out of my big campsite in one hand. Well done, previous campers.

1-2 bars of Verizon, enough for email and similar. 0 bars of T-mobile.

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BLM on the Route 66

Really nice place, there is a plenty of spots (although we are alone). Like said before, there is a gate to keep closed, and an in-out sheet to fill in

No problem for our 2wd van on the dirtroad

We can hear the highway, but there isn't too much traffic

Definitely recommand

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Easy pull off west of RT66. Open fence and close behind. Sign in at post and follow simple rules. The sign-in sheet was full. We saw one other RV although there may have been more. Clean camp sites nestled in the Junipers. Pretty quiet although we could hear the traffic on the road.

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All the gates were closed because it's private property. No way to get in without braking some-ones privacy.

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All the gates were closed because it's private property. No way to get in without braking some-ones privacy.

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I wasn't able to find this place.

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Very quiet. No AT&T service. Stayed two nights.

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Watch for a gate on the West side of the road (Route 66), has a sign-in box. plenty of space for RVs but some side roads might need to be 4x4. Listen for train's accross the ridge, can seem loud at night.

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