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Just off the road that leads to Indian Bread Rocks day use parking. Spacious and level. Good cell. Super private!
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As others have described. Mostly clean, plenty of room for privacy, 2-3 bars Verizon. There are pack rats here, but they didn't bother us or our van.Report Check-In
Liked this place, would stay here again. The road out is in pretty good shape and we took it at 20-25 mph most places. The advertised bump coming off the road is definitely something low vehicles may have issue with. Our Roadtrek has a two inch lift and we wondered if we would be okay, and we were. Quiet, pretty, great view of the stars at night!Report Check-In
I drove into the spot, parked and looked around a little. There were 2 other people in the area that took the other camp spots. There was a triangle of trees around where I was going to camp. I walked up to each group of trees and in the middle was a gigantic pack rat nest. So I figured as soon as the sun went down I would be inundated with at least 3 pack rats. I decided to leave and went to look for somewhere else to camp.Report Check-In
great place, so quiet (except for a couple dogs from the neighbors far away) but so nice, no trash and fun sandy ground. easy to get into, just got some over grown bushes. nobody drove by the whole 3 days we were there.
very easy to leave the camper and drive an hour to Chiricahua national monument, spend the day hiking then come back to the free camp.
WARNING: Google maps, using the gps pin/coord, tried to send me somewhere way off several times. The third time I even verified the path it chose, then mid drive it just rerouted to no where. If you are on music or cotton gin rd, you’re in the wrong place.
Otherwise, slightly narrow paths for the last 100ft, but quite a few great spots. I see about 6 other total groups here on a Saturday night in November.Report Check-In
Great spot. Guy who owns the cattle came for a chat. Told me the deer hunters were annoyed i had taken 'their spot'.... Preferred i was here as they leave mess, cause trouble etc Lol. Couldnt get into the actual Indian Breadrocks area as it was jam packed, not mad about it as this is just as great if not better. Fine for big rigs of up to 35ft if you have at least 1.5ft clearance. Got my 30ft skoolie in easy peasy.Report Check-In
Lovely spot, just look out for cattle! We had cows and their young visit us both morning and night. Don't leave any food out.Report Check-In
Indian bread amazing side about 15 minutes from the 10 definitely worth it if you want to wake up somewhere beautiful. Lots of balancing boulders.Report Check-In
Nice camping spot. Did check out picnic area at Indian Bread Rocks but camping spots were limited and the road pretty rough and narrow.Report Check-In
Beautiful right in the rocks. Quiet area, lots of pullouts. Verizon good signalReport Check-In
Such a beautiful place to spend the night. Not too far off i10. Gorgeous mountains in the backdrop. Lots of options for spots.Report Check-In
Nice large camping area, plenty of bread rock here to climb
There are two different two tracks to come back to this site
We are 38 feet long and had no problem making it back here with good hard top (we we roughly 30,000 pounds)Report Check-In