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Cadillac Ranch RV Park - Bluff, Utah

    RV Park: Cadillac Ranch RV Park Location: Bluff, Utah Site: 14 (pull thru) Cost: $33 Services: FHU (30 AMP) -They do have 50AMP sites but we were struggling to get satellite reception so we moved to the end site where there were not any trees but it was a 30AMP site. Comments: A lovely, quiet, peaceful RV park …

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Mexican Hat Utah

  The View Lodge The View Lodge is inside the Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park  which costs $20 to enter.  The fee is a day use fee which provides you access to The Lodge, Visitors Information, the restaurant, and the infamous Valley Drive.   Valley Drive – Monument Valley The Valley Drive is a 17 mile drive though Monument Valley …

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Gouldings Campground Olijato-Monument Valley Utah

The Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park is in the northern part of Arizona right next to the southern Utah border.  There are only a few places for RVers/campers to stay when visiting the area, including The View Campground within the park, Monument Valley KOA, just outside the park,or Gouldings Campground also just outside the park. The View Campground is basically …

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Wukoki Ruins Wupaki National Monument Arizona

Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument Visitor Center The visitor’s center is across the street from Bonito Campground and within easy walking distance. It is a small facility but filled with interesting facts and a short movie about the volcano.   Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument After you depart the visitor’s center you are in the park with various stops along …

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Bonito Campground Flagstaff Arizona Site 18

Camping at 7,000 feet is a perfect way to escape the summer heat of southern Arizona! The Bonito Campground is a National Forest campground, first come first serve, next to Sunset Crater National Monument. It is a lovely setting with 44 sites, most of which are back-in or pull along. The campground is described as heavily used but it was …

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Bartlett Lake Marina Arizona

Bartlett Lake is in the Tonto National Forest about 23 miles east of Carefree, Arizona. It is the 2nd largest lake in the Phoenix area behind Lake Pleasant and is about 2 or 3 times the size of Saguaro and Canyon Lakes. There is a day use fee and boat launch fee and the National Parks Interagency Pass can be …

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Cave Creek Regional Park

  We left Quartzsite and headed on I-10 east to Hwy 60 via Aguila and Wickenburg over to Carefree Hwy in Cave Creek. We were planning to head back to Cave Creek Regional Campground for another few weeks of hiking and visiting friends and family AND rotate camp sites! We continue to return to this campground because we are in …

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Quartzsite Arizona

  Quartzsite offers a variety of RV parks and boondocking areas where you could try a different area every time you visited and never stay at the same place twice (well, almost). The boondocking areas have both short term and long term visitation. Two of the BLM areas, Plomosa Rd and Hi Jolly, offer free camping for up to 14 …

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Borrego Springs California

  Campground: Anza Borrego State Park – Palm Canyon Campground Location: Borrego Springs, California Site: 9 Cost: $30 Services: FHU (now with 50AMP!!!) Comments:  A great campground inside the state park with great views, easy access to town, and close to hiking trails. AND they have updated their electrical system by upgrading to 50AMP in the full hookup sites.   …

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Borrego Springs California

  We visit Anza Borrego State Park in southern California every winter and vary where we stay. We enjoy boondocking off of Rockhouse Trail and this winter we found the area to be the least crowded we have seen since much of the area was closed off 2 years ago. Yay!   We like to hike the 10 miles (round …

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