Day pass attendees are welcome to camp in the basic camping area for $10 per night on an as-available basis (it’s a really large area, and we don’t expect to fill up).
The site is a wide, level grass field just north of and adjacent to the main exhibitor and training areas (map link).
There will be porta-johns around the site, and flush toilets and limited shower facilities are available in the adjacent RV park, along with water for filling up.
No electricity. (Please, no generators after sunset.) There will be 24-hour security.
Pets are welcome, but please clean up after them; make sure you read the Pet Rules.
Rules for onsite camping:
Please, nofires. PROPANE ONLY. REGULATIONS AS OF APRIL 2013.
Reservations are not required for basic camping—Overland Experience registrants have reserved camping, but not reserved spots. Groups are welcome to stake out their own areas.
Camping opens Thursday at 1:00 PM. You may stay over Sunday night.
Mormon Lake RV Park & Campground
The lodge operates an adjacent developed campsite with pull-through RV sites with full hookups and electricity; these are available on a reserved or first-come basis. Tents and no-hookup truck and motorcycle campers are welcome in this area as well.
Cost is $18 per night, no hookups, or $15 for just a tent; $35 per night, full hookups. The lodge management is in flux right now; please fill out our online reservation form and we'll put you on the waiting list for a slot (we have them all reserved now, so there will be at leat 40 available soon).
Coconino National Forest campgrounds and dispersed camping
There are two U.S. Forest Service campgrounds just west of Mormon Lake Lodge: Dairy Springs (30 single sites, two group sites) and Double Springs (15 single sites), with tables, grills, water, and toilets. Sites are well-spaced and shaded. $16 per night. For more information, see the Forest Service page: Coconino campgrounds. Another Forest Service campground, Kinnikinick (13 sites), is about eight miles away.
For those who prefer more solitude, dispersed camping is also allowed in Coconino National Forest. For a detailed guide to regulations and suggested sites, see: Dispersed camping.
For hotel information, please see our Accommodations page.
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Last updated on May 5, 2013 by Administrator