Cinder Cone Views | Wild Camping

United States

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Verified:
7 months ago
Altitude:
2364.1 masl
Website:
None

Amenities

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

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I found this spot by following a very rudimentary dirt track that eventually fizzles out into the wilderness. It’s on National Forest land. I parked my van near the dirt track, next to a large fire ring. As I pulled in, 7 antelope passed by me. Incredible views of the surrounding volcanic cinder cones. It’s 68 degrees here on May 17, a dramatic change from southern Arizona where I came from this afternoon where it was 101! Plenty of LTE service with Verizon.

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It’s a nice place to camp out for a few days as I did. Not a lot of people around here. I camped by the large stone fire ring. Hiking around here and there. Climbing Cerro Trigo volcano one day. The elk were bugling and plenty of coyotes.

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Wonderful place. Lots of room, few campers. The GPS Coordinates listed take you off US60 and onto the county road needed to get to Forest Road 65 that these sites are off of. There are sites before and after the listed location. Just past it is forest with shade and lots of spots. Verizon signal varies but mine is fine for browsing.

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I am a bit past the location provided. It's great! I can see another rig across the meadow, quite always from me. I have a Verizon signal that is fine for my browsing needs. A little before I got here the Forest Service road #65 had incredible service. Over 45 Mbps. If one needs that for work it's not but a few miles away.

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I found this spot by following a very rudimentary diet track that eventually fizzles out into the wilderness. It’s on National Forest land. I parked my van near the dirt track, next to a large fire ring. As I pulled in, 7 antelope passed by me. Incredible views of the surrounding volcanic cinder cones. It’s 68 degrees here on May 17, a dramatic change from southern Arizona where I came from this afternoon where it was 101! Plenty of LTE service with Verizon.

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