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Frank's off grid property

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This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Seligman, AZ

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Hosted By

Truckcamper_Frank

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    45+ (ft)

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    10

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    5

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I-40 Exit 109. 22 miles south on Anvil Rock Rd. Only the first 6 miles are paved, the rest is dirt. 36 acres in the middle of nowhere. I have a spot set up with a fire pit but there are plenty of other spots to boondock. I am on solar but may be able to supply 15amp power if the batteries have a good charge. Not advised if rain is forecast. The dirt road can be really muddy. Verizon works in the area. I am told that AT&T is not very good. Now that I have Starlink the WiFi is very good on the property. Great area for star gazing. Since I am at 5500 Ft. elevation, winter temps can go below freezing at night. Summer temps hardly ever get above 90 and at night almost always cools down into the 50's. Suggest coming in during daylight and staying more than one night as it takes 35-45 mins once you exit I-40. Any other question, please ask. Suggested Local Attractions: The small town of Seligman which includes Route 66 is 32 miles away. This is the closest town. Kingman is about 75 miles away. Williams is about 70 miles away. Flagstaff is about 100 miles away. Prescott is about 105 miles away.

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Vehicle Suitability Information

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Pets Welcome

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Electric Hookup: 15A

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Separate Tow Vehicle Parking

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Campfire Ring Provided

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Generators Allowed

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Wifi

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Slideouts Allowed

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Outdoor Cooking Allowed

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House Rules

Suggest keeping pets on a leash as there are lots of animals around that dogs might want to chase including rabbits, squirrels, chipmunks and even cattle. Please pack out or burn all trash.

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Location

Access Road Conditions: 22 miles south of I-40 Exit 109, Anvil Rock Rd. 15 miles of dirt road. A few rough spots after turning off Anvil Rock road but any size rig can make it, no tight turns, no overhead trees. Not recommended if the roads are muddy. Can only be accessed from Anvil Rock Rd off of I-40. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: yes plenty of space. All dirt.

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Dirt

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Hosted By Truckcamper_Frank

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65+

Truck camper owner who likes to travel. Details: I have a fully contained Four Wheel popup Camper. Home Town: Live on 36 acres off the grid, 32 miles outside of Seligman, AZ. Favorite Boondocking Locations: I use National Forests and BLM land to boondock when ever I can. Skills or Expertise to Share: I know some about solar as I have solar for my off grid house and in my truck camper. Also have several smaller systems around my property.

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References for this location from other RVers

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    nicholas94

    6 months ago

    Great communication from host to help find the new address that isn’t in maps yet. Bit of a rough road to get back to his place after you leave the highway but take it slow and you’ll be fine. The dark, quiet location is well worth it. The host was very friendly and guided me into my spot. I checked out Sedona and went to the Grand Canyon while here which were both amazing if you’re ok with a drive. Highly recommend stopping here if you’re passing nearby!

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    FloridaFamilyof8

    6 months ago

    Wow!! This was our first stay in our new Winnebago & what a great adventure it was. Frank was great allowing us to book same day & sent us detailed directions. We loved how off the beaten track this spot was. We saw javelinas, antelope, cattle & huge jackrabbits on the way to Franks place. We have a 32 ft Class A so we just took our time traveling down the dirt roads & our kids enjoyed the adventure. We got in late, but Frank met us at the front of his property and showed us the way to where we selected to put our RV for the night. In the morning we got to chat over coffee & then Frank showed us his property!! He lives off the grid and showed us his setup including his greenhouse, his solar panels, his water holding tanks etc. Our kids learned a lot!!!! If you have the opportunity we recommend the drive. Thanks for having us Frank.

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    Tom52540

    8 months ago

    36 acres of peace and quiet. It would be tough to find a nicer and more accomodating host. Frank does have solar to assist but I recommend drawing no more than 10amps if you have the ability to adjust your service input. I travel in a 33' class C and had no issues making the drive. If you are wanting to get away from civilization this is a good spot. At 5500' elevation temps are beautiful as I left 108 degree temps for a place safe and secure.

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    BlackButte

    1 year ago

    This host was extremely helpful. He gave great writen and verbal directions to his property thus preventing a common problem with Google map directions to emote areas. The surrounding area is absolutely gorgeous! Unfortunately for us as we were nearing the property we had to turn around and leave. We pass thru northern Arizona at least twice a year and can't wait to plan our next trip to stay with this family at Frank's off grid property.

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