Looking for the Off Grid experience??? Primitive camping??? Look no further!! Pitch your tent or park your RV and enjoy the amazing sunsets and night view of the stars. We have 40 Acres in the Arizona Desert. Just under 3,000 ft in elevation, considered high desert so we are afforded cooler temperatures. Bring your off road toy, BLM tracks everywhere, 22 miles as the crow fliesContinue reading...
Looking for the Off Grid experience??? Primitive camping??? Look no further!! Pitch your tent or park your RV and enjoy the amazing sunsets and night view of the stars. We have 40 Acres in the Arizona Desert. Just under 3,000 ft in elevation, considered high desert so we are afforded cooler temperatures. Bring your off road toy, BLM tracks everywhere, 22 miles as the crow flies to Lake Havasu, 23 miles to Alamo Lake. Far enough away yet close enough JIC at approximately 21 miles off the highway with well graded dirt roads.
Completely primitive camping; Bring your own water, your own power and enjoy this little slice of Heaven on Earth. No highway noise, no light pollution. Bring a small group, a large group or just yourself. We Love it out here, our slice of Heaven.
- Check in: After 9AM
- Check out: Before 3PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out Weeknight discount: 30% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Loose sand, very rocky areas, close mountains.
23 mile dirt road drive to Alamo Lake boat ramp
23 mile dirt road drive to Alamo Lake
Bring your own horse
State and sponsored trails close by.
Alamo Lake The North side of this lake is very low keyed and with aminities the road ends at the lake awesome swimming, kyakin...Read more
360 views of Gods beauty
Natural features you'll find at Trinity Acres in Arizona.
Arizona high desert
23 miles to Alamo Lake 50 miles to Lake Havasu Lake
River, stream or creek
50-75miles to Colorado River
Places to see near Trinity Acres
The vibe at Trinity Acres
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Trinity Acres is a peaceful sanctuary in the desert. Located about an hour from Kingman and historic Route 66, you'll see few houses or cars on the drive in. The property is green with Joshua trees, ocotillo, cactus and mesquite. I enjoyed a quiet night with a beautiful sunset, a warm fire, and the yip of faraway coyotes. Delightfully far away from it all - I wish I could have stayed longer.
This was a beautiful and tranquil place. Our hosts were great and although they were on the property, we didn't see them the entire time we were there except when we arrived and as we were leaving to reluctantly say goodbye. The property has sweeping vistas of an undeveloped valley. The night sky is vast and unpolluted by urban light. There are virtually no amenities here so come prepared, bring lots of water and be careful venturing off the main roads unless you have adequate 4x4 clearance. The main roads are fine for a car though. We would recommend this place for anyone looking for peace and quiet. A good place to see birds, small lizards, desert hares, and other wildlife. We will be back. Thanks!
First off, I would like to say that my host, James L, was very friendly and accommodating. I couldn't ask for a better host.
Any campers that want an out of the way experience(boon docking) will find this campsite totally to their liking. It was well off the main road to offer complete peace and quiet. The desert view was breath taking!
I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this campsite to those of you that love a truly primitive and satisfying experience.
Reason I stay at hipcamp is for the security, when I meet James,,,, he was a very big person and said he use to be a policeman and I felt very secure at his place! The spot was clean, quiet and secluded just what I was looking for. Great place would definitely stay again!!
Our stay with James was wanderful. The camping spot is gorgeous and the view is breathtaking (especially at sunset). James was the most kind and helpful host! He showed us around the land and told a lot about the area and the plants and animals that live there. We hope we will come back here and we will defendable recommend the campsite!!