Top 10   Boondocking  Locations

 Top 10   Boondocking  Locations

Chiricahua Nat'l Monument 

A place with natural beauty. Chiricahua National  Monument delivers.

If you have a National Parks Pass, entry to Chiricahua is free.

Explore these 10  boondocking areas  to help plan the  perfect excursion.


Just Outside Chiricahua National Monument

The closest free camping  spot to Chiricahua.  Less than 100 yards  from the entrance!


Pinery Canyon Road

The spots there are nice  but, stay on the edge  of the washboard roads  and take it slow.


West Turkey Creek

This out-of-the-way  disperse campsite is on  the banks of the creek.


Fort  Bowie

5 campsites here, nice  pullout at the trailhead  that is not signed  'no camping'.


Herb  Martyr

This small stream-side dispersed site is on  the banks of Cave Creek.


John  Hands

All sites are sheltered in  the shade of oaks and  other streamside trees.


Kuykendall Cutoff

There are 30 or more  campsites here. No  RV limit, stay 14 days.


East Rucker Canyon Rd

Free Dispersed camping  in the Coronado National Forest's Douglas Ranger District


Indian Bread Rocks

Open year-round, 5  campsites, RV length 35'  and stay 14 nights


Rucker Canyon Road

30 or more campsites  at this location,  no maximum RV  length, 14 day stay

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