Camp Out At End Of The World, One Of The Best And Most Underrated Views In Arizona
Remote areas certainly aren’t hard to find here in Arizona, but few compare to the sheer isolation of “End of the World,” a camping spot tucked away in the Coconino National Forest. As the name suggests, this secluded landscape has been largely untouched by man, with incredible sprawling views of both red rock and woodland terrain far below. Read on and see why we think End of the World, Flagstaff needs to be on everyone’s camping bucket list!
Please note: a permit is required to drive all the way up atop the ridge. The area is also inaccessible during wintertime. Visit the AllTrails page to learn more. If you’d like to explore hikes around End of the World, you can find some great trails by going to the AllTrails website.
Have you ever been to End of the World? If so, do pictures do the views justice? We’d love to read about your experience in the comments section below!
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Where can we find other campgrounds in Arizona?
- The Bear Canyon Campground in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests features a beautiful lake in a canyon surrounded by trees and wildlife.
- The Dairy Springs Campground in the Coconino National Forest is a no reservation campground and features a wealth of scenic hiking trails.
- The DeMotte Campground in the Kaibab National Forest is located near the North Rim of the Grand Canyon and open seasonally generally between mid-May and mid-October.
Read on to learn about some of the many other beautiful campgrounds in Arizona.
What are some fun facts about Arizona?
- Arizona is a birding paradise as it sees over a dozen different species that migrate through the state, which is more than other Western state.
- Arizona’s canals were built more than 1,000 years ago by the Hohokam and Sinagua peoples.
- The London Bridge in Lake Havasu City is known as the World's Largest Antique.
Read on to learn about some of the many other fun facts about Arizona.
Where can we find historic landmarks in Arizona?
- San Xavier del Bac in Tucson is a historic Spanish mission and the first to be designated a historical landmark in the state.
- The Hubbell Trading Post in Ganado dates back to 1878 and is still utilized as a trading post and general store.
- The Tombstone Historical District in Tombstone is an old mining boomtown that has been around since the Gold Rush days.
Read on to learn about some of the many other fascinating historic landmarks in Arizona.