A large clearing among the desert vegetation at the base of the Mule Mountains looking over the San Pedro River to the Huachuca Mountains, the lights of Sierra Vista and San Pedro Mexico. Two miles from the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area and just a 30 minute drive to Old Bisbee, Coronado National Monument, or Miller Canyon.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Expansive Desert Views in Arizona.
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So so quiet!! wonderful stay!
Overall a great experience!
We wanted to arrive before nightfall, but alas, that was not in the cards for us. So, about that...the road to the site starts off on a well-graded gravel road, but then it becomes a tad more rough. Nothing a normal 2WD car can't handle though. We had a Subaru Outback and a 17' camper and had no issues. We just had to take it slow. Highlights along the way are what we think was an elephant made out of brush and the interesting signs the locals made to point the way to their properties.
Since it was dark (like REALLY dark), we missed our turn off to turn right to cross the gate onto the property. There is a turn around though before the road continues down an overgrown road. After turning around we made the left to cross the gate, but we couldn't tell that it was green. I got out of the car and walk down the road a bit and saw the awesome "Hipsters" sign that our host has in the photos. We turned into the site and setup camp.
About the site - LOTS of space. Beautiful views of the sunset and sunrise and the stars shine brightly out here. It is SO quiet you can finally think. There are a few buildings off in the distance and the closest things to us was a camper, but no signs of any comings or goings. Be sure to always wear decent shoes. If you walk barefoot out here you will regret it. This is the desert and there are so many pokey things out here. So, keep that in mind if you plan on tent camping.
Peace and quiet!
This campsite was great. Peaceful and serene. It is a bit of travel down dirt roads but 4WD and high clearance are not required. Great views of mountains, city lights, sunrise and set. I really enjoyed the peace and quiet. It is not far away from amenities in the surrounding area.