While on the map, it appears this trail connects with Superstition Fence Line Heights on the north end, it does not. A fence without a gate between the two trails makes this an out-and-back trail. There is limited space to turn around at the end of the line. The trail is primarily packed dirt with rocks and a few minor washouts to navigate.
The advantage of this dead-end trail is the dispersed campsites. There are several to choose from that are large enough to accommodate two vehicles. These sites have flat ground perfect for tent camping and feature rock fire rings. All the campsites have outstanding views of the Superstition Mountains.
This area is Arizona State Trust Land. A recreational permit is required.
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