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About Haigler Canyon

  This campground was constructed in 2007 and offers 2 day-use sites and 2 campground areas with 14 overnight sites. This campground boasts a diversity of trees. Fishing for rainbow trout is a popular pastime here. The stream is periodically stocked with trout April through late August. The chiseled canyons offer swimming holes.

National Forest
Drive In
Walk In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Trash Available
Haigler Canyon is located in Arizona
34.218 N
-110.964 W
Get Directions
Access #1 (34 miles east of Payson): From Payson, travel east for 24 miles on State Hwy 260. Turn right on Colcord Road  291 and travel 3 miles to FR 200. Turn right on unpaved FR 200. Travel on FR 200 for 6 miles, through Haigler Canyon Recreation Site to FR 202A. Turn right and follow this unpaved road for ½ mile to the site. Access #2 (12 miles north of Young): From Young, travel 3 miles north on State Hwy.288/Forest Road (FR) 512 to FR 200. Turn left on FR 200 and travel for 9 miles to the site. Click Here For Map.  
2 Reviews of Haigler Canyon
Fun and beautiful!

Great fishing and swimming!

First to Review
Off the path

We stayed off of the campground and hiked into the woods pretty far, I can’t speak for the campground specifically but the area is amazing. Haigler Creek is beautiful and there is so much wildlife down there. Look out for poison ivy, it is definitely around, especially close to the water. Cold nights and warm days during the summer. Fair amount of bugs around the water but not too much.