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Several nice sites in the forest with existing firerings but no other infrastructure. Lots of shade but unfortunately there was no water in the river in Nov. Very quiet, clean and free. No ATT signal
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nice pull out on the side of the road with fire rings. no other services, but quiet during the night and had plenty of firewood.Report Check-In
2 spots reasonably close together but far enough for privacy. Spent an enjoyable day hiking in the river bed. Took the washboards slow and had no trouble getting in with our 22 ft C ClassReport Check-In
I stayed at a small pull out on the left side before these exact coordinates. Road in was very washboarded & it took me 30 minutes to go about 4.5 miles back. Nice mountain views & close to the monument. Quiet & not much traffic. No service with TMobile.Report Check-In
Beautiful campsite 5 miles down on S. Pinery Canyon Rd. from the intersection at E. Bonita Canyon Rd. Site is on the right hand side of the dirt road. Plenty of trees with a couple of hiking trails down to the dried creek bed. Plenty of space to park about 3 vehicles. If ground tent camping, there is a lovely clearing with a stone fire pit down the hiking trail. Clean and quiet spot 7.2 miles from the Chiricahua National Monument.Report Check-In
We were just looking for the nearest spot after hiking in the monument. We took the first tiny pullout that had a fire ring, before the one marked, because that larger one had multiple vehicles and it was late. Our 25’ class c just fit in the space, but not ideal. Kids had fun at the creek in the morning. A deer ate breakfast near our site while we ate. Quiet on a Friday night. Passed 2 OHV trailers when we left, so may be noisier during the day. Walking to the creek we passed vehicle tracks leading to several other fire rings near the creek but I’m not sure where the entrance to that was. Terrible washboard road. Figure like 5-8mph, or like 20 minutes from the main road.Report Check-In
Several large, flat dispersed camping areas along FR42. We stayed at a site at Mike marker 7. Although next to the road, there was very little traffic and it was quiet. Next to the stream and surrounded by trees, it is a great location. No T-Mobile reception. Five stars.Report Check-In
One of our favorite camping spots so far. Road in is washboard, but just go slow. Very quiet, creekside gravel spots. Several fire rings and plenty of firewood. Minimal bugs and beautiful view of the mountains. Wish we could have stayed more than one night. No amenities and no cell service on ATT.Report Check-In
Several nice sites in the forest with existing firerings but no other infrastructure. Lots of shade but unfortunately there was no water in the river in Nov. Very quiet, clean and free.Report Check-In