You can still enjoy great boondocking in the areas just below the mountain. These areas are controlled by the Coronado National Forest and Bureau of Land Management, so boondocking is most certainly allowed! We ventured out to Mount Graham back in April. There is an abundance of places to set up camp along AZ-266.
Where can you Boondock in Arizona?
Where to Find Free Camping in ArizonaKofa National Wildlife Refuge—Quartzsite, AZ. Stateline Campground—Vermillion Cliffs, AZ. Scadden Wash BLM Dispersed Camping Area—Quartzite, AZ. Fourmile Canyon Campground—Aravaipa Canyon, AZ. Clark Peak Corrals—Coronado National Forest, AZ.More items •Mar 7, 2020
Can you Boondock in Arizona?
Around 42% of Arizona is made up of public lands like national forests and BLM land, so its not surprising there are literally hundreds of dispersed camping and boondocking opportunities throughout the state.
Is Boondocking illegal?
Yes, Boondocking is legal in California. It just depends on where. Its totally legal on federal lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Forest Service, and Bureau of Reclamation. Boondocking is also legal in some California State Parks.
Can you camp on your own land in Arizona?
Camping is fine. RVs and Motor homes are Ok but cant be left permanently on the land. You would definitely need permits if you were to move a Mobile Home, build a home, or put up a tiny home. Yavapai County is very restrictive on what you can put on the property.