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Tucson Pipeline Rd BLM

I enjoyed this site so much that I decided to stay additional days. It is about a 30 minute drive West of I-10 just North of Tucson. Great paved roads all the way until you get to Pipeline Road. I camped a half a mile down a dirt road that was not too bad… Just take it slow and easy. <br /><br />There’s about five or six flat and level campsites for the first half mile. I do not suggest going beyond the deep ravine. There’s a very narrow cattle gate that I would not want to try to pull my rig through. <br /><br />I managed to be the only camper here. I felt safe. There is a quarry not far West. You can hear the sound of trucks traveling up and down Pipeline… But it’s not a problem. <br /><br />My Verizon signal was lightning fast. <br /><br />The views are spectacular with lots of greenery. Shrubs, mesquite trees, saguaro cactus, and distant mountains. There’s a feeling of being in the wilderness while only being 30 minutes away from Safeway and Chevron. Tucson is not far beyond.<br /><br />Level of confidence the site is free: Certain - Confirmed with a sign or by owner / agency / website.<br />Toilets nearby: None<br />4X4 or high clearance required: No<br />Cell service available: Verizon<br />Park pass or permit required: No<br />Showers nearby: No<br />Potable water nearby: No<br />Type of property: BLM (Bureau of Land Management)


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