Flagstaff, Arizona

Camp at Red Rock

Originally added by Moe Lauchert

Scenic view for sunrises and sunsets with car camping available (no fees or permits required). Solitude and the possible Elk sighting. A great place to get away for the day or overnight.

Starting from Downtown Flagstaff we headed west. After making a left turn on Woody Mountain Road, we continued for 22 miles. Woody Mountain Road then becomes Forest Road 231. Continue on FS 231 until you find a killer spot to pitch it! Make sure to be wary of elk herds crossing the roads.

We made a fire ring to mitigate impact from campfires and set up tents however, the temperature was mild and we slept under the stars for most of the night. There are absolutely no safety rails or guards so use your best judgement when approaching the edge. Other than that make sure to pack out what you pack in, including toilet paper! Douse all fires completely because there is always an excess of dead dry trees and branches as well as brush. In the wintertime, Woody Mountain Road and the 231 are closed off however, access can be gained by taking the 89A south and making a right onto the FS 535. This way REQUIRES a 4WD car with high clearance. It is treacherous and unkept making the trip to The Edge nearly impossible in the winter or during a rain storm.

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Jonathan Moscot

almost 2 years ago

Great Time Camping here with Dog

Really enjoyed camping here. Beautiful spot and private enough campsites. If your looking to get out of the city and find some solitude this is an awesome place to go

Douglas Bacon

over 2 years ago

Nice Area

Drove up from Phoenix but never found the spot where these pictures were taken. I did find a nice spot deeper in the woods but really wanted to stay at the above mentioned location.

I was able to make it up mid day with my little companion. Found an amazing spot. Great stargazing. Plenty of elk on the drive up.

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