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Old 05-11-2013, 08:35 AM   #1
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Kingman-Flagstaff Boondock

Anyone know a spot somewhere between Kingman and Flagstaff to boondock overnight? Thanks
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Ash fork exit 146 has overnight parking at the Chevron station. We always park on the North side of the freeway at the Shell station for lunch but have never asked if you can overnight there but it is a lot quieter and less busy. If you are willing to drive about 4 miles off the freeway do a search on free camping in Williams AZ and check out dog town road.
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Anyone know a spot somewhere between Kingman and Flagstaff to boondock overnight? Thanks
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per allstays, there are wally worlds that welcome rver's in flagstaff and kingman. there are truck stops in winslow and seligman that welcome rver's.

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Old 05-14-2013, 08:55 PM   #4
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I know you can overnight at the Kingman Walmart - also at Flying J in Kingman. About ten miles east of Kingman there is a truck stop on the north side of the freeway and I have noticed RV's parked there.
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Flagstaff and Kingman have Cracker Barrels too. ,Kingman is away from freeway noise. A cheaper place to pay is Fort Tuthill County Park on 17 south of 40 a couple miles west of Flagstaff. It's quiet, cool at night and in the pines.
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Non-boondocking NFS camping close to I-40 can be had at two campgrounds, Kaibab Lake and Dogtown Lake, north and south of I-40, respectively. White Horse lake Campground is 19 miles south of Williams.

Boondocking (Dispersed Camping) in the Kaibab National Forest

Dispersed camping is also allowed in the Prescott National Forest. Call their office for details.

All the BLM land is around Kingman. Boondocking possibilities, but you are hardly out of town on your way to Flagstaff.
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Maybe 10 miles N. of Flagstaff, turn right , not left at the sign for Sunset Crater. I think there are 2 exits for Sunset Crater. Take the one closer to Flagstaff. Problelely
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FYI, the road surface on I-40 between Flagstaff and Kingman is probably the worst in Arizona, use the left lane when possible...
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