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Left side of the beginning of Lee’s Ferry Road there is a pump house. No sign that not allow parking or overnight stay. Some houses and a motel nearby. Very quiet in the night (only the pump house makes a little bit noise).
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a few metres off the paved road. we were not disturbed. good place for 1 night. the well pump hums a but, but not enough to disturb. very little traffic.Report Check-In
Just to add some info here: we had rain coming up and there’s a lot of spots along the hwy 89A on BLM land with roads that become like clay with rainy weather, so we didn’t wanna do that. This spot was also in the sand, but not far. However, across the street there’s a paved pullout: perfect for us. Your vehicle won’t get dirty and it’s fairly level (we did need one leveling block). Only for self sustained of course. The Lees Ferry road is only used as an entrance road to a small national recreation area, so almost nobody passed by in the day and at night it was completely quiet. There’s a laundromat with public bathrooms close to here, so that’s cool. And the area is just beautiful with the red rocks.
However, what made us really love this place is the possibility to walk over the historic Navajo bridge from our camping/parking spot. There’s a bunch of wild California Condors who love to come there and if you’re lucky there’s also some people from the research team who you could ask some questions. Beautiful view over the Colorado river and canyon!!
100% recommended!Report Check-In