Wing Mountain Dispersed Camping

Flagstaff, AZ
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Looking for a camping spot in the woods with easy access to some of the Flagstaff area's fantastic trails and recreation opportunities along US 180? The Wing Mountain area southwest of the San Francisco Peaks offers fantastic dispersed camping along Forest Roads (FRs) 222 and 171, suitable for tents, campers, and recreational vehicles. Wing Mountain is a prominent cinder cone volcano located approximately six miles southwest of the San Francisco Peaks, rising to an elevation of 8,560 feet. The mountain is surrounded by ponderosa pine forest on fairly level terrain at approximately 7,600 feet. FR 222 and FR 171: Easy to navigate, with fairly smooth, wide dirt roads offering areas where you may pull your vehicle and rig up to 300 feet off the road (referred to as "camping corridors" on the Motor Vehicle Use Map). The western end of FR 222A (between FR 171 and FR 519): Easy to navigate and offers areas suitable for everything from tents to recreational vehicles. Warning: there is a section of FR 222A that requires high clearance and four-wheel drive where it crosses a burned section of forest. The northern end of FR 222A (near FR 222) and the western end of FR 9001P (near FR 171): These roads are narrower and rougher, and more suited to tent or small trailer camping. Roads are closed in the winter, from approximately mid-December to early April. The area is open forest and accessible 24 hours a day. Nearby Attractions and Activities Distances and estimated driving times from the junction of US 180 and Forest Road 222: Arizona Snowbowl: 8 miles, 16 minutes Humphreys, Aspen Loop, and Kachina trailheads (at the Snowbowl): 8 miles, 16 minutes Kendrick Park Watchable Wildlife Trail: 11.5 miles, 13 minutes Bismarck Lake Trail: 13.5 miles, 22 minutes Arizona Nordic Village: 7.8 miles, 10 minutes Red Mountain Trail: 23 miles, 27 minutes Slate Mountain Trail: 24 miles, 40 minutes Lava River Cave: 10.5 miles, 20 (via FR 245) to 30 minutes (via FR 222)

Forest
Mountains

Amenities (Offered on site)

Campfires Allowed
Tents Allowed

Site Exclusive Activities (Offered on site)

OHV Trails
Horseback Riding
Hiking
Biking

Wing Mountain Dispersed Camping

Flagstaff, AZ
Teddy  .
Teddy .
Contact Info


http://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/coconino/recarea/?recid=82550

Latitude: 35.269523

Longitude: -111.742766

CurbNTurf Rules & Policies

The guest is required to remove all human and pet waste from the site upon departure of a reservation unless these items are deposited in the provided toilet, sewage connection, and/or dump station. Respect all things and people. No unruly or illegal behavior. Leave site in the same or better condition than when you arrived.

Please note: Hosts are rated by their response rates and quality of service. The faster the response, generally, the better the rating. Also, you will be able to earn up to in CurbNTurf cash that could be used to your next CurbNTurf reservation by rating your stay. You'll receive an email after your check out to rate your stay. See Terms and Conditions...

Site Rules

  • Restrictions: Motorized vehicles may drive and park up to 300 feet off Forest Roads only in areas marked as camping corridors on the Motor Vehicle Use Map. Campfires must be extinguished cold to the touch and may not be left unattended. You are required to carry a shovel and enough water to extinguish your campfire. You may camp up to 14 days per month on the Forest. See Dispersed Camping Guidelines for more tips and regulations. Many areas can accomodate recreational vehicles: FRs 222, 171, and the western end of 222A are (generally) easy to navigate and have several established campsites with sufficient space for large vehicles and trailers. There are no designated campsites or facilities. No water. No restrooms. Dispersed camping is camping out wild and free in the woods. Bring everything you need. Take everything you bring. Bring an axe, shovel, and an extra 10-15 gallons of water to extinguish your fire. Chop large pieces of wood into smaller pieces that will fit in your fire ring. Drown your fire, stir it with a shovel, and drown it again until you can the remaining wood and ash with your hand. No trash service available. Bring trash bags, and pack out all garbage you brought with you. Do not burn trash, toilet paper or human waste. Do not remove limbs from trees or cut live trees. Select dead and downed wood and branches at least a 100 yards from your camp. Camping on the forest is allowed for up to 14 days within a 30-day period.
  • Plan ahead and prepare. Travel and camp on durable surfaces. Dispose of waste properly. Leave what you find. Minimize campfire impacts. Respect wildlife. Be considerate of other visitors.

Wing Mountain Dispersed Camping

Flagstaff, AZ
Teddy  .
Teddy .

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