Within the Rolling Grasslands of Buenos Aires

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Explore a designated dispersed campsite within the scenic Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge in southern Arizona. Nestled in a grassy valley between mountain ranges to the east and west, and with the Mexico border to the south, this refuge boasts a vast network of gentle primitive roads, including some groomed dirt roads. Offering dozens of designated campsites with fire rings, camping is exclusively permitted at these designated locations.

Among these, discover one of the more enchanting sites, accessible down a primitive track suitable for stock four-wheel-drive vehicles. Our Winnebago Revel effortlessly accessed the site from the north, highlighting its accessibility. Providing room for a single vehicle, the site offers passable cell service and features a slightly uneven terrain, requiring minor leveling.

Enjoy the serenity of this quiet and secluded spot surrounded by grass and low trees. However, be mindful that there is no shelter from the wind or sun, so plan accordingly for your outdoor experience. With its tranquil setting, this campsite comes highly recommended for a serene getaway within Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge.

Always tread lightly, leave no trace, respect the wishes of landowners, and leave campsites cleaner than you found them. Be the very best steward of our public spaces that you can possibly be so that they remain public.

Status – OPEN

We’ve been here in-person, but it might have been a while. To our knowledge, this spot is currently open and accessible, but that can easily change, so always have a back-up plan!

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