This is a FREE campsite.

Address
Toombstone, Arizona
GPS: 31.898001, -110.038483
Elevation: 4937'
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Management
Public - Forest Service (USDA) (Unofficial)

Cochise Stronghold West is open year round.

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Submitted by Anonymous. Last update on Apr 22, 2013

Many dispersed campsites on the west side of the stronghold. 2WD accessible, no facilities.

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Dennis Jones
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Reviewed February 2, 2018

2/01/2018. Both gates locked. Marked private property.

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Anonymous
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Cochise Stronghold Rd. Not Recommended for 2WD Vehicles

Reviewed December 14, 2017

I don't recommend Cochise Stronghold Rd. for 2WD vehicles. There's a "Road Closed" sign up front and the "road" is mostly sand. I turned around after a mile, which is about all my stomach could take. Also, Horse Ranch Rd. is gated.

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Mona Johnston
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Bit of a trip in but so worth it.

Reviewed February 6, 2016

We boondocked here for six nights in late January. Awesome! A few other campers but so spread out we hardly noticed them. Very beautiful with many hiking trails. Highly recommended.
We camped in a 42' fifth wheel toy hauler...not a small rig! Take your time on the road and watch for trees overhead but it is doable and worth it. About nine miles off the highway on Middlemarch Road and then left at the base of the Dragoon Mountains.

Mona Johnston would stay here again.

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