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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote My son and I went camping in a remote wilderness area in Arizona. Canyon Creek is part of the Salt River drainage and it flows year round. Our campsite was 17 miles off the nearest paved road and in several areas the road is very rough making a high-clearance vehicle necessary. At one point I got the FJ cruiser stuck in some soft sand at the bottom of a wash and had to dig it out. We spent almost four days at this camp site hanging out with the dogs, reading and playing in the river. Video Rating: / 5


  • Kathey Howard 4 years ago

    Wow nice area!

  • dark soul 4 years ago

    thats beautiful…..

  • ryan roberts 4 years ago

    Great video!! Im in CA not too far to venture out that way sometime. Looks like a nice place to relaxation for sure. Thanks again for the video! I have some videos coming soon.

  • jdeluisa 4 years ago

    @mayrab1 I tried to leave you directions, but no luck, I am blocked

  • Mayra Betancourt 4 years ago

    Hello, Could you please give me directions on how to find this oasis coming from South Phoenix? Thanks!.

  • jdeluisa 4 years ago

    @41rudy Hey, Thanks for watching. The creek is accessed from the dirt road the follows the river where the river crosses US 60 under the bridge. This is where all the rafters put in. Access requires a permit which can be bought from the small store up the road.

  • 41rudy 4 years ago

    @jdeluisa Looks like you guys ahd a great time! Can you post directions to the creek, my kids would love it!

  • 41rudy 4 years ago

    Looks like a great spot! Can you tell me how to get there? My son & daughter would have a ball there. Thanks!

  • signguy8u 4 years ago

    your very lucky, to be able to go out into that country with your son. He wil no doubt want to go back every year. Good times for sure…

  • jdeluisa 4 years ago

    BTW, My two year old was holding the camera 🙂

  • sirtubemaster 4 years ago

    man i would of gave my left arm to go there with you! great camping place

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