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This remote, primitive, scenic, and ideally located "first come/first serve" group or individual vehicle camping- tent camping location with perennial creek drainage bordering a very rugged section of the Sierra Ancha Wilderness just off FR203 "middle-upper end," offers an excellent base camp location at 4000 feet for drive-to various THs, rugged "of trail" day hike explorations. With a few level areas for tent or vehicle camping, a campfire ring and also included a dense and shaded mature grove of Arizona Sycamore trees to provide abundant shade during the warmer April/September/October camping days. A luxuriant vegetation area all along this campsite perennial drainage flow also provides an abundance of fresh Arizona Blackberries when in season..and..maybe a few black bears also :-)
It should also be noted that camping here in mid-late March, sunshine does not arrive at camp until 8:am each morning, and it is again shady at 4:pm each day.
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