Learn about camping and boondocking in Arizona

Boondocking in Arizona!

Boondocking, or camping without hookups, is a popular way to experience the natural beauty of Arizona. The state has many unique attractions, such as the Grand Canyon, Sedona’s red rocks, and the saguaro cacti. However, boondocking in Arizona also requires some planning and awareness of the laws and regulations that apply to camping on public lands. Boondocking on national forest lands, BLM lands, national wildlife refuges, and state trust lands, all have different rules, so it is advisable to read through this guide before heading out.

Arizona Boondocking Map

This Arizona Boondocking Map contains locations of free boondocking and free campgrounds where bloggers and YouTubers have produced detailed reviews. Click on a map marker to access their reviews…

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Arizona Boondocking Maps

Places to Camp for Free in Arizona

Arizona State Camping Laws and Regulations

Federal Lands in Arizona