Boondocking in Utah and Arizona

Discussion in 'Destinations' started by rvroller, Sep 24, 2005.

  1. rvroller

    rvroller New Member

    I'm going to be going near Brice Canyon in Utah and the Grand Canyon in Arizona, does anyone know anywhere that might be a nice place to boondock?

    Does anyone have any information on that in general?


  2. DL Rupper

    DL Rupper Senior Member

    Boondocking in Utah and Arizona

    Hey rvroller, welcome to the forum. There are plenty of Utah State Parks down by Bryce Nat'l Park that have camping sites w/o hookups. For instance on State Route 12 Escalante S.P. has great camping, or off the beaten trail, you can go to Kodachrome Basin S.P., about 15 miles from the town of Canyonville on Route 12. Actually the Bryce Nat'l Park Campgrounds offer great camping w/o hookups. All of the Nat'l Forests and BLM lands around Bryce offer good boondocking. As long as there is a pre-established dirt road and a rock fire-ring you can camp. You just need a small enough rig to get in and out of the fairly rough terrain. As far as the North rim of the Grand Cayon goes there is also plenty of Nat'l Forest and BLM land to boondock on as well as established Forest Service Campgrounds w/o hookups at Jacob Lake Arizona. Have fun, wish I was out there right now. :) :laugh: :cool: :clown:
  3. cybercelt

    cybercelt New Member

    Boondocking in Utah and Arizona

    There is a wonderful site, called The owner has basically boondocked over most of the American Southwest. He has pictures, panoramic QT movies, you name it.

    Check it out:
  4. DL Rupper

    DL Rupper Senior Member

    Re: Boondocking in Utah and Arizona

    Update. :)

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