Good morning from the Mogollon Rim, the escarpment running through central Arizona, defining the edge of the Colorado Plateau. I'm at about 7,500 feet elevation and enjoying the crisp, dry autumn-like day.
There's a free Forest Service dry camping area along FR171, about half way between Payson and Heber (two city names that might confuse Utah residents). It has roomy designated campsites that aren't too crowded together. There's the usual 14-day limit. The best views, though, are from the picnic areas on the way there.