As far as families go, I'll be bringing my wife and 3 year old son. They'll probably hang out in camp while I go on the run.Not a CSC member yet, but interested in joining for this trip and camping. Just bought my '97LC last November and I need to get out for a drive. Have a few questions about the camping situation.
?#1: Are there many families attending? I am new to offroading and would like to bring my wife and two daughters along for the adventure.
?#2: Is there a pit toilet as the dispersed camping area? I know facilities are very limited for dispersed, but have encountered pit toilets at dispersed camps east of Payson.
?#3: How many hours and miles is the drive that is planned for Saturday?
Casner is only open between May 15 and October 15 every year. It is a permit only trail and the permit is good for Monday through Sunday. For the last several years I have tried to get the permit for the last weekend it is available.Is it the same weekekd every year? I need to kock diwn my calendar better, #getmyprioritiesinorder
John, the one we looked at on Friday. The one that is a little farther east on 231. There is more room for more truck and we can spread out a little more.So is the same spot as last year or the one that was a little further down the road that we looked at on Friday afternoon?
John, yes I will be going up Friday morning. Wish I could get out Thursday evening-I might try. Firewood would be great. I am going to make sure I have tarps, just in case it rains. @Saddletramp did such a great job of putting together our dry kitchen last year.Thanks Brice, you planning on coming up Friday again? Should I plan on firewood again.
Eric @murf are planning the 40 or the 80 this time.
@Honger great way to meet a bunch of the CSC menbers and see some of what AZ has to offer. Family friendly and sure many would like to see your 75 series troopy.