Concho Recreation Area | Wild Camping

United States

Details

Verified:
2 months ago
Altitude:
1903.8 masl
Website:
None
Contributor:
oceanaazul

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
No
Toilets:
No
Big Rig Friendly:
No
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Free camping by a small lake: it has small campsites, and a medium size parking lot made of mixed hard dirt and gravel. campsites are good for tents and passenger vehicles. My 22' TT fit on the side of the parking lot, I wouldn't bring bigger than that or you'll block the exits. No amenities, but very quiet at night and relatively clean. You can hike around the lake, a couple miles if you like. 3 bars Verizon

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2 bars Verizon. Portapotties have been removed since last year. Highway noise not too bad. Nice lake view.

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Nice quiet place to stay, not very secluded but it felt safe and even had porta potties.

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Try not to listen to the previous review. I have to question the sanity of anyone that could say something negative about this spot.
It's free, clean, quiet, and there are porta potties. There might be some slight road noise in the distance but it's blocked by trees and not a disturbance. Great camping area, I'm surprised it's free. I'm happy I stayed and would definitely stop here again!

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I would only come here if you're traveling through to go somewhere else. it's kind of like Walmart desperation. you're right on the road and the neighbors have dogs that just won't shut up all night. you can't swim in the lake because it's surrounded by cows that crap in the lake or near the water. the campsites you got to be careful because there's a lot of pack rat nests I've noticed where the concrete slabs are so it'd be nuts to Camp over by one of those are you going to have a pack right in your engine or somewhere in your rig. the town itself is actually quite interesting because it's an area that seems to be up and coming and ready for development with pretty striking views looking West towards snowflake.

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Nice quite campsite near a little pond. Very easy to access. Has trash cans, a porta potty, and some sites even have level concrete pads

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In Concho Arizona there is a little lake and a recreation area where you can stay overnight for 5 days there's probably up to 10 campsites here this is a fantastic spot to stay a few days there's a lake with ducks on it and it's Is very quiet!

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Great place…pack it in…pack it out. Free.

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Great place for Boondockers. Near a lake. Great spots with concrete slabs. There are trash cans but please take your trash with you when you leave. Probably 10-12 sites.

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28ft class C. maybe a dozen or so spots avail. I felt like we were at the limit of size to maneuver in here. got a spot near the lake even with 6 or 7 others already here when we got here at 530pm. I was initially concerned about road noise from being so close to a town road but it's very quiet. Pleasantly surprised. The lake is a nice for a bit of added scenery. clean sites. a few with concrete pads but we were a tad too large. no services. Ranger came by to empty trash bins. Super kind.

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Free camping by a small lake: it has small campsites, and a medium size parking lot made of mixed hard dirt and gravel. campsites are good for tents and passenger vehicles. My 22' TT fit on the side of the parking lot, I wouldn't bring bigger than that or you'll block the exits. No amenities, but very quiet at night and relatively clean. You can hike around the lake, a couple miles if you like.

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