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Road is now open. iOverlander had it marked as closed for winter.
Lots of free sites down this road. Fire pits at each site. There are trees that have been cut down by the forestry service, so lots of free wood. It is about 9 minutes from town. Cell service is great on Verizon and metro.
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Nice little spot nestled between the trees up on the hilltop. Full AT&T service. Stone campfire rings at each spot.Report Check-In
Road closed. Most of the roads to the sites on IO are closed right now! Sign says it's closed until 3/1 but today is 3/20 so maybe it will open again in April?Report Check-In
Super amazing spot the roads not to bad and has quite a few spots to stay the night only a few trucks passed early morning. Was really windy and cold but well worth itReport Check-In
It's still here and it's a good place keep on going don't stop it's worth it. 5G Verizon very strong here. Over 8000' an altitude here plan accordingly it's Chili.Report Check-In
Bigelow is open. Great place to escape the Tucson heat.Report Check-In
Road still closed: April 1
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road closed as of 3/3. Says it opens 3/1 but still closedReport Check-In
Secluded dispersed campsite. Lots of spaces. A bunch of trash. Left it better than we found it.Report Check-In
Nice spot. Very quiet and secluded. The trees have grown up to obscure the view of Tucson a bit.Report Check-In
Beautiful mountains and pine trees. Lots of fire pits. Great cell reception.Report Check-In
Lots of camp sites up this road. The higher you go the windier it is so we preferred to stay lower. Fire rings at each site! Great views at the top of the mountain. Highly recommend staying here.Report Check-In
All spots up on Mount Lemmon are inaccessible (closed with barriers) from December 15 until March 1.Report Check-In
You can park a little ways up from the actual camp ground during the winter seasons. Be very cautious of ice and snow on the road up to and around the area.Report Check-In
Lots of free sites down this road. Fire pits at each site. There are trees that have been cut down by the forestry service, so lots of free wood. It is about 9 minutes from town. Cell service is great on Verizon and metro.Report Check-In