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Gravel parking lot to wild life viewing area. Sign says designated camping area. Nice 2.4 mile trail to lagoon. Road noise all night.
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stuck sleeping in the parking area, sign says trail beck to the camping spots closed from October to May wish I had known I went through a lot of gas I do not have the money to replace took almost every dime I had traveling here from Michigan...Report Check-In
Free dry camping, easy to level, and quiet when the local traffic stopped at night. Space for a few big rigs. Good birding. I will return to overnight again.Report Check-In
Nice, gravel lot at the entrance to Wilcox Playa Wildlife Area.Big rig friendly. Decent cell service with Verizon. Not far from Tombstone, Fort Bowie, Chiricahua NM, and town of Willcox. 5 Day stay limit.Report Check-In
Me, one other van and a Class A here on a Friday night. Very, very easy to get to - lot is immediately off of the road. It’s not a busy road, but a road and so not exactly silent. But, easy, free and level counts for a lot! Sign in the lot days no fires.Report Check-In
Full bars Verizon and a great sunset. It is still close to the road so could hear some cars as they pass. Otherwise a fine and chill spot for the night. We were not bothered. Dirt spot with some potholes but I think any car would be fine.Report Check-In
Dirt parking lot, potentially very muddy when wet. Very close to loud fast road. Access point for walk into playa. If looking for sand hill cranes check online before making 2.4 mile walk. Beautiful walk for views but very few birds out of season.Report Check-In
Pulled in at sunset--no one else here. There is a sign that says "Designated Camping Area", so no problem. Mostly flat and dirt.Report Check-In