New Long Term Drycamp

Hello everyone, some of you know that Ive been working on getting a long term drycamp set up, and now I have it. This is a 40 acre piece of property within 10 miles from Holbrook. Below are the prices and general information on the site. You can get more details at http://www.hipcamp.com listed under Nomadic Ruins campground. I am still in the process of getting a photographer to the site for more picture also.

 

35.01138, -110.00419 heres the gps coordinates

 

Area info:

 

Located less than 2 Miles from Historic Route 66 (Interstate 40), this 40-acre parcel is close to all that North Eastern Arizona has to offer.  This parcel is accessible via Ranchero Rd and Sheri Rd and is roughly 10 miles from the city of Holbrook as well as the Petrified Forest National park and Painted desert Indian Center; Desert exploration is right within reach. This property is also only 1.5 hours from Flagstaff and 2.5 hours from Grand Canyon National park.

 

Things to do in Navajo County include Skiing, Cross Country Skiing, snowmobiling as well as Fishing, Hiking, Hunting and countless trails for Off-Highway Exploration.

 

Prices:

$5.00 per night

$110.00 per month

$330.00 for the season (4 months)

$660.00 for the year

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RAT PACK DRIFTERS

Have you ever wanted to chase your dreams but couldn't manage to get your foot out of the door to do it, due to money, or fear of the unknown? We decided to take a gamble at it by selling everything, buying a truck and trailer, and figuring out how we are going to manage having a family of 5 with a cat and dog fit in a trailer full time while we travel the country. We hope you will follow us along on our journey.

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