Flagstaff Camper Van

Arizona Camper Van Indian Bread Recreation Area Dispersed Camping No Designated Campsites First come, first served NO paved roads, NO designated spots, NO potable water, NO designated fire pits, NO bathrooms, NO shade PLEASE pack out what you packed in and properly dispose of human/animal waste Oliver Lee Memorial State Park 30 minutes east ofContinue reading “Flagstaff Camper Van”

Sedona Jeep

Arizona Camper Van Glen Canyon National Recreation Area Lees Ferry Campground | $20/night Area Recreation Pass required – $30/vehicle for 7 days | Federal Annual Passes accepted Designated Campsites First come, first served Fire/grill pits, bench, potable water, restrooms, trash service, aluminum can recycling Glen Canyon National Recreation Area Alstrom Point – Lake Powell AreaContinue reading “Sedona Jeep”

Chiricahua National Monument

The Big Loop January 16th, 2021 Location: Wilcox, AZ Distance: We logged 9.1 miles Parking: Echo Canyon, if full park at Massai Point Pets: Not allowed on trail Fee: No Restrooms: Yes Chiricahua National Monument is 3.5 hours from Phoenix. It’s not a bad drive, but we decided to stay the night in Tucson atContinue reading “Chiricahua National Monument”

Saguaro National Park West

What to do in Saguaro National Park if you are limited on time June 25th, 2020 Dog Friendly: Yes, but must be leashed. Fee: Yes. $25 per car. Due to COVID-19 the Red Hills Visitor Center is closed. You pay the $25 at a box at the visitors center. It is based on an honor system.Continue reading “Saguaro National Park West”

Petrified Forest National Park

Day Trip From Phoenix June 18th, 2020 Dog Friendly: Yes, but must be leashed. Fee: Yes. $25 per car. Good for one week. Restrooms at trailhead: Not all of them, but there is restrooms at the visitors centers. THINGS TO DO AT PETRIFIED FOREST NATIONAL PARK: Petrified Forest National Park is only a 3.5 hour driveContinue reading “Petrified Forest National Park”