Patricia Kerns 432-294-0340 email@example.com
Visit Cochise Stronghold, Chiricahhua National Monument, Fort Bowie, Rex Allen Museum, Elks activities.
Elks Lodge, 247 Stewart St., Wilcox, AZ 520-384- 2131
Take I-10 east to exit 336 in Wilcox. Travel 4 ½ mines and turn right onto Maley St. Make a left onto N. Railroad Ave. and a right onto Stewart. Lodge on left. $10 full hookups, $7.50 boondock.
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Hot springs nearby, Discovery Park, Mt Graham (if snow is off road), Morenci mines.
Go east on I-10 to US 191 and then north to Safford. At the “T” intersection in Safford turn right on US 191 for 6+ mi. to Haekel road just past historic site. Go about 1 mi. on Haekel rd to parking on right.
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Kayaking, wildflowers and blooming cactus, Tonto National Monument (reservations are needed for upper cliff dwelling tours),Tortilla Flats,
Friday fish dinners at café in Roosevelt.
Bermuda Flat or Windy Hill Campground.
From I-70 in Safford, travel west thru Globe. Take AZ-188 northwest to Roosevelt Lake. For tow vehicles going to lakeside parking areas you need a special pass available on line or at visitors center. Windy Hill on right (look for signs). Bermuda Flat is further north across bridge and right on beach. There should be pass machines installed by now. $6 with senior pass. Call Tonto National Forest to confirm. 602-225- 5200. Also as a note the gathering should be at one location or the other, preferably Windy Hill. s.
GPS: Windy Hill: N33.652749, W111.093879 // Bermuda Flat: N33.743383, W111.221852
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Luanne Frost (928)205-0006 firstname.lastname@example.org COHOSTS: Dave Bloom (805) 708-4870 & Bobbi Knorr
Mogollon Rim, hiking, fishing, biking, boating at lake, Elks activities. Additions on what to do while in Payson. Hiking is great at the Tonto National Park, North of Payson. Bring your camera - it is awesome. Be sure to visit the Zane Grey Cabin and Museum. Very interesting work in progress.
Arrangements have been made for the WiN group to dance at the Jam at Buffalo Grill, 311 S. Beeline Hwy, (aka SR 87) on Sunday, April 2nd. The JAM doesn’t start technically until 5pm for outside musicians, but WiN should arrive between 3:30 and 4pm to get seats and enjoy a local band, Junction 87.
Elks Lodge, 1206 Beeline Hwy., Payson, AZ 928-474- 2572
Head north on AZ 188 to join AZ 87. North on AZ 87 to/Airport roundabout. Go left to Elks on corner.
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Visit Sedona, Jerome, Clarkdale, Montezuma’s Castle.
BLM area south of Cottonwood.
Head NW on AZ 260 to Camp Verde. Continue on over freeway for 7 ½ mi. to Thousand Trails rd. Go right and then first left for ¼ mi. to camp area on left. Free.
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Activity Ideas: Get any RV service needed or parts at 10% discount. Kayaking at Lynx Lake or Watson Lake, see Thumb Butte, Prescott historic town square and old bars and buildings. Seminar on RV maintainance or financing.
Little Dealer Little Prices RV, 2757 N. Truwood Dr.
Take AZ 260 back to I-17. Go south on I-17 to AZ 169 Take AZ-87 northwest (toward Dewey). At Dewey take AZ-69 into Prescott Valley. Turn left onto Truwood Dr. Water and dump available. Free parking, meeting room available. No hookups.
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Grand Canyon, I-Max theatre, hiking, biking.
BLM land just south of Tusayan.
Take Highways 69 and 169 back to I-17. Take I-17 north to I-40, then west to Williams. Go north on AZ 64 (exit 165) to between mile markers 232 and 233. Drive east on FR-688 to area (.3 miles or 1.0 miles, depending on the number of rigs). Dump and water available in Grand Canyon Campground. Free.
Alternate route: Take highway 89 north to I-40. Go east on I-40 to exit 165. Go north on AZ 64. (follow directions above).
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Kayaking, Antelope Canyon (need reservations), Glen Canyon Dam, John Wesley Powell Museum.
Lone Rock Campground
Take Hwy 89 north and east. When it splits to 89A, stay on 89 to Page.
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Zion National Park, Best Friends Homeless Animal Sanctuary, Dance Hall Cave, Coral Pink Sand Dunes National Park, hiking, biking. See The
Wave and White Pocket (reservations needed). Amazing Earthfest 435-644- 3735
Gravel storage area.
Go NW on US 89 thru Kanab to ½ mi. before Mt Carmel Jct at the bottom of long grade. Parking is on the right at a large gravel storage. Mt Carmel Jct is the junction of US 89 and UT 9 ( east entrance to Zion National Park).
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