Forest Road 120A, Oak Creek, AZ

Coconino National Forest

Free Camping near Oak Creek, AZ

Forest Road 120A branches off the north side of Beaver Flats Road, about 1,000 feet away from Forest Road 9500A. FR 120A is a popular boondocking area, but the road is bumpy, rutted, and gets muddy during rains. High clearance is recommended, and 4WD during wet weather. Sites closest to the road are suitable for larger motorhomes and trailers, while sites further up the roads are best for small campers.

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Authority

Coconino National Forest, Red Rock Ranger District

Red Rock Ranger District:
Tel: (928) 203-2900

Particulars

GPS: 34.73464, -111.80178
Reservations: none
Camping Fee: none
Maximum Stay: 14 days in any 30 day period
Amenities: none

Downloads

Forest Order 03-04-06-23-03, That bans camping near Sedona, AZ, January 24, 2023
Red Rock Ranger District Recreation Guide, Published by USFS, March 2020
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Forest Road 120A, Oak Creek, AZ

Forest Road 120A, is located within Coconino National Forest, about 5 miles from Oak Creek, AZ. It’s a dirt road that winds through scrub and chaparral. It runs about 1 mile north, becoming increasingly bumpy and rutted, requiring 4WD and high clearance vehicles. The few sites closest to Beaver Flats Road are suitable for 2WD motorhomes and trucks pulling trailers.

Cellular Signal: Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT&T is reachable, though signal strength is weak.

Trash: Sites closer to Beaver Flats Road sees more trash laying around to heavier campsite use.

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