Bureau of Land Management, Arizona

Learn about camping and boondocking on BLM land in Arizona

Cedar Pocket Road Arizona

Cedar Pocket Road, Arizona Cedar Pocket Road cuts through the middle of Beaver Dam Mountains Wilderness Area, providing a vehicular thoroughfare connecting I-15 at the Virgin River Gorge and County Rd 91 just north of Littlefield, AZ. The road itself is technically not a part of the Wilderness Area, and thus is permissible to drive vehicles. There are numerous places to camp along Cedar Pocket Road, however the popular area is closest to I-15, just a 1/10th of a mile up. There are enough sites here to accommodate four or five RVs. This area, however, is also frequented by cattle. Keep ... Read more

Dispersed Camping Near Lake Havasu, AZ

Most dispersed camping near Lake Havasu, AZ is on land managed by the Bureau of Land Management to the north and south of the city. All of it is on the Arizona side of the Colorado River. These are very popular camping areas in the Winter...

Arizona BLM Camping Rules

The Arizona BLM camping rules published below were gathered from information published by the Arizona Bureau of Land Management Office and from laws and regulations adopted by the U.S. Department of Agriculture...