I-40 Exit 109. 22 miles south on Anvil Rock Rd. Only the first 6 miles are paved, the rest is dirt. 36 acres in the middle of nowhere. I have a spot set up with a fire pit but there are plenty of other spots to boondock.
Not advised if rain is forecast. The dirt road can be really muddy.
Verizon works in the area. I am told that AT&T is not very good. WiFi is via Satellite and not real fast.
Great area for star gazing.
Since I am at 5500 Ft. elevation, winter temps can go below freezing at night.
Summer temperature hardly ever get above 90 and at night almost always cools down into the 50's.
Suggest coming in during daylight and staying more than one night as it takes 35-45 mins once you exit I-40.
Any other question, please ask.
Suggest keeping pets on a leash as there are lots of animals around that dogs might want to chase including rabbits, squirrels, chipmunks and even cattle.
Please pack out or burn all trash.
22 miles south of I-40 Exit 109, Anvil Rock Rd. 15 miles of dirt road. A few rough spots after turning off Anvil Rock road but any size rig can make it, no tight turns, no overhead trees. Not recommended if the roads are muddy. Can only be accessed from I-40.
yes plenty of space. All dirt.
I travel some myself so I may not always be available. I'll try to remember to block the dates but I may be gone so please check.
The small town of Seligman which includes Route 66 is 32 miles away. This is the closest town.
Kingman is about 75 miles away.
Williams is about 70 miles away.
Flagstaff is about 100 miles away.
Prescott is about 105 miles away.
This host was extremely helpful. He gave great writen and verbal directions to his property thus preventing a common problem with Google map directions to emote areas. The surrounding area is absolutely gorgeous! Unfortunately for us as we were nearing the property we had to turn around and leave. We pass thru northern Arizona at least twice a year and can't wait to plan our next trip to stay with this family at Frank's off grid property.