Pump Station BLM | Wild Camping

United States

Details

Verified:
5 months ago
Altitude:
610.6 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
InkedGypsy

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
No
Toilets:
No
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Description

Boondocking/Primitive camping. No amenities. Sites are not specifically marked and are close to the road. Areas closer to the entrance will accommodate big rigs. (ex. Three axel 5th wheels). As with any primitive site road conditions vary. When it rains here it gets very muddy, wait for it to dry or expect to possibly get stuck. Scout the area before blindly driving very far down the area. This is BLM land and is regularly patrolled by rangers. ATT cell and data signal 2 bars LTE.

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Pretty quiet. Not too crowded. stayed 3 nights in March.

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I stayed here for 4 nights and had no problems. Not all sites are by the road, many people are parked out a way. Good cell reception with T Mobile, mostly 4 bars, at night it wasn't as good, 2-3 bars, but still had service. Very peaceful and surrounded by mountains.

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Rough road in.. nice sites. 20 min from Tucson.

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We are parked at the last spot on the dirt road, right next to 2 beautiful saguaros. Love it here!

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We had a quiet night and great sunset. Lots of people down this road, but it was easy to find privacy. Really says something when the dirt road is better than the paved road coming in. Good cell service on ATT. No amenities, but FREE!

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Ironwood National Monument BLM camping. Quiet, pullout along dirt road. Beautiful views of the mountains

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Many camping spots available. The road gets a bit challenging, take it slow. It has been very quite here as well. Locals tend to come out on the weekend to party. If that bothers you, there are plenty of spots that are isolated where another cannot camp anywhere near you.

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make sure to come in via El Tiro Road, if your rig weighs more than 6000 lbs, decent verizon signal, great spot to camp when visiting Saguaro NP

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This is the best boondocking spot we’ve been to yet! All size RVs were here - Class As and tent campers. Beautiful views, not too dusty, and cool planes to watch overhead (but not too loud). There are more people here, so you’ll see other campers but plenty of room to have privacy. I recommend going as far in as you can because the sites just get better and better.

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Great desert camping. Very quiet and clean. Lots of spots to chose from and well spread out. Easy in and out for our 40 foot fifth wheel. **don’t follow your GPS and come in from Silverbell if you are towing. It crosses a very small bridge with a 6000 lb weight rating. Come in from El Tiro Road. A little more dirt road driving, but it is actually smoother than Silverbell.

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Boondocking/Primitive camping. No amenities. Sites are not specifically marked and are close to the road. Areas closer to the entrance will accommodate big rigs. (ex. Three axel 5th wheels). As with any primitive site road conditions vary. When it rains here it gets very muddy, wait for it to dry or expect to possibly get stuck. Scout the area before blindly driving very far down the area. This is BLM land and is regularly patrolled by rangers. ATT cell and data signal 2 bars LTE.

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