Driving, Parking and RVs

Driving

The site is off Lake Mary Road, approximately 10 miles south of the city of Flagstaff. If driving from southern Arizona, it is strongly recommended to drive directly to Flagstaff and take the Lake Mary exit for the last few miles to the site.

Parking

There is dry RV parking space available in designated areas. No electricity or water hookups are available.

This dispersed camping area in the forest has specific driving and parking rules for your vehicles. Driving or parking more than 30 yards off the designated road may result in irreparable damage to the forest floor and being ticketed by the National Forest Service.

You may temporarily (approx 30 minutes) park your vehicle close to your camping site to load and unload before being relocated to the designated parking area. RVs and other vehicles will not be allowed to remain in the camping areas but should be in the designated parking areas along with a visible parking permit in the dashboard. ATVs or other all-terrain vehicles may not be used onsite during the event.

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