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Old 03-07-2011, 01:00 AM   #1
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We're looking for a reasonably priced CG or boondock near Sedona. We're not looking for a resort and we don't need to be IN Sedona......just within maybe 25 miles. Probably be there a week or so. The RV is a 40 foot motorhome. Thanks for any suggestions.
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Dead Horse Ranch State Park in nearby Cottonwood, AZ (20 miles from Sedona) is an ideal place to stay while touring the Sedona area, plus the old mining town of Jerome and the Tuzigoot National Monument.
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Munds Valley used to be a pretty good place to stay. Hven't been there in a few years, but was told it might have a lot of permanents.
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Munds Valley used to be a pretty good place to stay. Hven't been there in a few years, but was told it might have a lot of permanents.
could you please provide more info so that I could locate it on my map. Lat / Long would be really good if possible. Thanks
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"Reasonably priced" and "Sedona" are not words which often collide in the same sentence.

Here is the link for Munds Park RV Park. I didn't see one for Munds Valley. RV Park Reviews.com is a great way to find CGs.
RV Park Reviews :: Munds Park, Arizona ( AZ ) - RV Parks and Campground Reviews

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We stay just outside Camp Verde at Zane Grey RV Park. Clean, well kept, and friendly. It is well situated for all the sights in the area.
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Distant Drums is also in Camp Verde, just west of I-17. We've stayed there and at Zane Grey, and both are good choices.
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could you please provide more info so that I could locate it on my map. Lat / Long would be really good if possible. Thanks
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34 degrees 56'35.80 N 111degrees 39'31.41" W

On I-17 south of Flagstaff and just across the mtn from Sedona
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Potato Patch is above Jerome if you want to go that far:

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Thanks all. And, I appreciate the Lat / Longs.
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Potato Patch is above Jerome if you want to go that far:

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This one looks like it should work for us. Can a 40 footer get in and out? Thanks
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Going to Potato Patch in a 40 footer?! Never happen! SR-89A west from Cottonwood through Jerome is a twisty mountain road! Certainly not the type of road you would want to drive a 40 foot coach on! SR-89A is a good road from Sedona to Cottonwood, but north of Sedona through Oak Creek Canyon it becomes a mountain road, and west from Cottonwood to Jerome and on to the top of the mountain is certainly not negotiable in a large motorhome.


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Going to Potato Patch in a 40 footer?! Never happen! SR-89A west from Cottonwood through Jerome is a twisty mountain road! Certainly not the type of road you would want to drive a 40 foot coach on! SR-89A is a good road from Sedona to Cottonwood, but north of Sedona through Oak Creek Canyon it becomes a mountain road, and west from Cottonwood to Jerome and on to the top of the mountain is certainly not negotiable in a large motorhome.


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Thanks for the info. I'm by no means disputing what you say but the "Potato Patch" website states that they have sites to accommodate 40foot "trailers". If a 40 foot trailer can get there I would think a 40 foot motorhome can do it too??? Anyone else been there?.
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