Cowboys' Starry Night

Yucca, Arizona

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Herding cattle, real cowboys, over the last 100 years, have bed-rolled many a starry night right here at these cattle roundup and nearby branding pens

Camp amongst the best and most beautiful scenery the high desert of Arizona has to offer. True peaceful desert tranquility next to hike-able mountains with 100 mile majestic views. 25 miles to Alamo Lake, the quiet more private side, for swimming. Lots of fish too, said to be the best bass lake in the state. We are almost surrounded by hundreds of miles of Federal land with lots of off-roading. 
 Look for gold and silver where the miners of yesterday looked, right here, just short distances around your campsite area. Bring your miners pick, the evidence of their work is everywhere. Your metal detector might also find 50 caliber bullets, shells and belt links left over from B17 door gunner training that went on overhead back in the day—WWII. We've got items to show you!
 When you come, ask to see our maps to nearby old mines and trails to see totally unique scenic rock formations, petroglyphs, and many other wonderful photo opportunities. Some may require vehicle travel.

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