For information on Red Tank Draw see my article at http://www.rv-boondocking-adventure.com/red-tank-draw.html. Red Tank Draw is a red rock spectacle that's difficult to turn away from. The beauty is captivating, like the Sedona area itself, only on a more private level. The canyon is 12 miles southeast of Sedona, Arizona.
For information on Wet Beaver Creek see my article at http://www.rv-boondocking-adventure.com/wet-beaver-creek.html. Wet Beaver Creek is another fine display of red rock near Sedona, Arizona. This picturesque canyon, like nearby West Clear Creek and Red Tank Draw, slices through red rock rim country in the Coconino National Forest. The upper section of Wet Beaver Creek is protected as Wet Beaver Wilderness Area.
For information on Oak Creek Canyon see my article at http://www.rv-boondocking-adventure.com/oak-creek-canyon.html. Oak Creek Canyon is a smorgasbord of breathtaking vistas to feast your eyes upon. The canyon, as well as the Sedona area, is easily worthy of national park status. It is located in northern Arizona between Flagstaff and Sedona. This is the most popular area to visit in Arizona, after the Grand Canyon.
For information on Priest Draw see my article at http://www.rv-boondocking-adventure.com/priest-draw.html. Priest Draw is a small and shallow canyon about 7 miles south of Flagstaff, Arizona. What makes this canyon unique is that it allows you to get up close and personal to the beautiful limestone rock of the Kaibab Formation. You’ll find this same layer of limestone throughout Northern Arizona - however it usually isn’t so accessible.
For information on Apache Maid Mountain and Stoneman Lake see my article at http://www.rv-boondocking-adventure.com/apache-maid-mountain.html. Apache Maid Mountain and Stoneman Lake are in a beautiful corner of the Coconino National Forest about 15 miles southeast of Sedona. Up here at around 6,500 feet you’ll find tall ponderosa pine forest, several natural springs, and lush forest meadows. It feels like heaven, especially after escaping the heat at lower elevations.
For information on Montezuma Well see my article at http://www.rv-boondocking-adventure.com/montezuma-well.html. Montezuma Well is a geological wonder, and a welcome sight in the sun baked Verde Valley of Arizona. The well is part of Montezuma Castle National Monument. It's located 11 miles northeast of Montezuma Castle between Camp Verde and Sedona, Arizona.
For information on Woolsey Peak Wilderness see my article at http://www.rv-boondocking-adventure.com/woolsey-peak-wilderness-area.html. Near Gila Bend, Arizona. There are two wilderness areas here: Woolsey Peak Wilderness and Signal Mountain Wilderness. Excellent area for hiking and mountain biking with great views in every direction. It's wide open country. Highs were in the 70s when I visited in February. Plenty of room for RV boondocking on the surrounding BLM land.
For information on West Clear Creek see my article at http://www.rv-boondocking-adventure.com/west-clear-creek-wilderness.html. West Clear Creek Wilderness is truly an Arizona treasure. The creek lives up to it's name with sparkling clear water. The canyon reveals brilliant red rock. The West Clear Creek Trail is a must hike for breathtaking views of this awesome landscape.
For information on Agua Fria National Monument see my article at http://www.rv-boondocking-adventure.com/agua-fria-national-monument.html. Agua Fria National Monument is located along I-17 between Phoenix and Camp Verde, Arizona. "Agua" is a nice word to hear in Arizona, and there is plenty of it in the picturesque canyon where the river resides. RV camping, boondocking, car camping, and tent camping is allowed at Agua Fria National Monument, with a limit of 14 days.
For information on Saddle Mountain see my article at http://www.rv-boondocking-adventure.com/saddle-mountain-sonoran-desert.html. Saddle Mountain is a prominent feature of the Sonoran Desert landscape. It is located about 5 miles southwest of Tonopah, Arizona. Because of it's natural beauty, wildlife, and volcanic geology many are asking the BLM to designate Saddle Mountain as a Wilderness Area. The scenery here is magnificent and it's an excellent place for hiking, mountain biking, and photography.