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Old 05-01-2023, 06:02 PM   #1
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Boondocking places east of Flagstaff, Az

Any of you frequent travelers know of any boondocking places east of Flagstaff, Az
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Old 05-01-2023, 06:42 PM   #2
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Don't want to seem picky but I'm wondering how far East you might mean? Do you want just East say XXX miles or just going a long way East? Speaking of close to I-40, maybe?

We all seem to have different ideas of what is close and what is too far, so maybe spelling it out closer will shake the tree a little more.

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Don't want to seem picky but I'm wondering how far East you might mean? Do you want just East say XXX miles or just going a long way East? Speaking of close to I-40, maybe?

We all seem to have different ideas of what is close and what is too far, so maybe spelling it out closer will shake the tree a little more.

Best of luck.
I was originally going to stay at Bonito CG but apparently they aren't open yet and I really don't want to pay the big prices at the private CG's I found FR 545 but not sure about that either any help would be appreciated
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I was going to suggest Bonito CG. Itís fabulous. The nicest dry camping campground Iíve ever seen and itís located immediately outside a super interesting National Monument, too.

Itís too early for just about anything East of there as well.

My site at Bonito:
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I was going to suggest Bonito CG. Itís fabulous. The nicest dry camping campground Iíve ever seen and itís located immediately outside a super interesting National Monument, too.

Itís too early for just about anything East of there as well.

My site at Bonito:
Yup I was looking forward to Bonito they say they open the first or second week of May and I'm looking at May 4th not looking good
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250 miles East of there in Colorado outside Cortez and Delores there are National Forest free camping places. But they too are usually closed the first week of May.
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Flagstaff had a record amount of snowfall this past Winter. At that elevation it will be awhile until that opens up completely probably.
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