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Just a bare wild camping spot, on BLM land so free and allowed. Off of highway 70 you head SW on Haekel road for a mile or so, when the road comes to a fork take the right onto the gravel road for another half mile, where you will see some dirt patches on your left for camping. Quietest place we have ever camped!
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Dozens of great places on this road. Road is a bit of a washboard but any vehicle should make it just fine. tons of room. Peaceful..Report Check-In
Lots of different places along this road. There were a few others here, but I kept driving until I came to a circular site right before the road got steep. Great views of the mountain and stars, very quiet. A rattlesnake stuck around for half an hour before making its way out.Report Check-In
Easy access, hard packed surface. Weak reception on Verizon/Visible. my phone connected to band 13, which most boosters could improve, but didn't try mine. Got high ping 130ms and 1.5 Mbps up and down. See attached pics for tests.
Coordinates take you to one fire ring. There are at least 3 other little driveways that you can go onto, this is a big area. Turn on satellite view on Google Maps to get a better picture, specially if you arrive without daylight.Report Check-In
nice quiet spot. no facilities of any sort. not bad for star gazing but not the best I have seen either. very windy during the day but not at nightReport Check-In
Stayed here for a night on the way to Phoenix. Plenty of flat spots, a few other vans/rvs, but plenty of room for everyone to have some privacy.Report Check-In
BLM land outside of Safford AZ. Quiet and flat with lots of spots. There were a handful of other campers here, you can see the others due to the flat terrain, but they are far enough apart you couldn’t throw a stone and hit one. Big enough for all size rigs and the roads are kept well enough for most vehicles to make the trip, we came in a Nissan Rogue. 2 bars of service with cricket. No facilities, bring your own water. Pack it in, pack it out, the spot we were in was very clean, better than other BLM places we have stayed.Report Check-In
Very quiet. Open spaces. Easy to get to in any size rig. Full bars for sprint.Report Check-In
HUGE blm plot... flat land, quiet, peaceful and no ambient light so the stars will knock your socks off ❣also, Hackle road runs west to an earthen dam with boondocking spots along the way.
Tanque road, a bit south off Haekle rd runs west toward Mt Graham and eventually intersects with 191 - boondocking spots are all along this road.Report Check-In
very peaceful =)
it's a little hard to pinpoint in the middle of the night. Only decided that we had arrived because we saw another trailer there.
Just a bare wild camping spot, on BLM land so free and allowed. Off of highway 70 you head SW on Haekel road for a mile or so, when the road comes to a fork take the right onto the gravel road for another half mile, where you will see some dirt patches on your left for camping. Quietest place we have ever camped!Report Check-In