Dead Horse Ranch State Park + Angie Turns 15!

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    Ray
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    In this video, I continue my 2017/2018 Snowbird trip series with a look at Dead Horse Ranch State Park in Cottonwood, Arizona.

    First, I show you our route from Saddle Mountian BLM up to Cottonwood with including a two-night stopover in the Table Mesa Rec Area, a free boondocking campground about 15 miles north of Phoenix.

    Once in the Dead Horse Ranch State Park, we celebrate the beagle’s 15th birthday, and you join Angie and me for a hike around the park. I show you the camping areas, the surrounding countryside, and the fishing ponds.

    The video ends with some advice and directions to find maps and information for those looking to do some boondocking in the beautiful National Forest lands that surround Sedona.

    Red Rock Visitor Center – https://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/coconino/recarea/?recid=81575&actid=120

    Motor Vehicle Use Maps – https://www.fs.usda.gov/detail/coconino/landmanagement/projects/?cid=stelprdb5356224

    How to Find Boondocking in the Southwest – http://www.loveyourrv.com/find-rv-boondocking-campsites-us-south-west/

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    Kent V. W.
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    I too enjoyed Dead Horse last December and kind of funny that I was in the same spot you guy’s were in.

    Red Rock Ranger Station turned out to be much more than I expected to find. Very helpful and they gave me a big paper map of roads that included roads allowing camping.

    I took the attached from the hilltop where you shot the clip of Jerome, Ray… Oh, and thanks Anne for teaching me how to use the spot removal tool in Lr to get rid of a couple items in the photo..

    This is Tuzigoot National Monument.

    I’ll be in the area for a couple of months at least. Currently training to be a docent at the Verde Valley Archaeological Center in Camp Verde.

    Stop on by anytime and who knows? Might be on duty and able to tell you much, much more than you ever possibly wanted to know about the areas prehistoric past and people… 🙂

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