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Gillespie, Arizona

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11 Reviews of 3 Gillespie, Arizona Campgrounds

Reviewed Apr. 29, 2021

Well it’s not a

Been here a few times. First time was for Elk hunting. Second just for relaxing. Talk about a clear starry night. It is very peaceful at night. All camping is dispersed camping. Tons of area for big trailers or tents. Pretty much the only negative is Razors ripping up and down the road all day. …

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Month of VisitMay
Peggy G.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Mar. 8, 2021

Our favorite area

We love this area for dispersed camping. Easy access from I-17, beautiful views, wildlife, nice weather!

Erika P.
Reviewed Jan. 3, 2021

Quiet Park

Very clean and quiet RV park. Most of the sites are taken by people who live here full time in either a moveable RV or a trailer home. We stayed here over New Year’s 20/21 and most people where inside by sunset and not making any noise. Even during the day while people were out, it was still very…

Chris B.
Reviewed Aug. 28, 2019

Hiking trails and Day Use

Hiking trails are well established and marked with emergency location tabs. Maricopa County park required fee. Has a wonderful library and nature center on site. Baseball and softball field, along with shaded ramadas for picnics and get togethers.

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Chris B.
Reviewed Aug. 6, 2019

Jewel in Buckeye

Moved to Buckeye in Oct of 2018, when exiting off Watson road off I-10 always seen the signs of the Skyline Regional Park. Spent a few months pushing it off from visiting, until I decided to go take the drive up and realized how this hidden jewel was in Buckeye. Well maintained and marked trails…

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Reviewed May. 19, 2018

Free Park Entrance

Free entrance to the park with a $20 overnight camping fee. Choice of 7 campgrounds, with nearby restroom, ramadas, beautiful desert setting, and 18.5 miles of hiking trails. No electricity or water

Month of VisitFebruary
Chenery K.
Reviewed Oct. 1, 2017

NASCAR, Rodeo, Golf, Camping? No need to decide.

Estrella Mountain Regional Park feels like it’s out in the desert, but it’s close to everything. It’s right down the street from Phoenix International Raceway, so you can go see a NASCAR race. It’s right next to a rodeo arena, and there’s usually an event scheduled there if the weather is nice, and…

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  • Open area in the center of the park as seen from the east end under the playground shade structure.
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  • Reservable campsites on south end of park loop
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SiteOpen grass area
Month of VisitApril
Staci R.
Reviewed Sep. 18, 2017

5 "Star" mountain park

Have loved this park since first visit over 25 years ago and today it is super improved, family friendly and just beautiful. Public golf course next door, horsemanship activities abound, huge amphitheater for outdoor evening activities, and the absolute best "super playground" I have EVER seen.

  • Campsites by the horse arena must be reserved
  • Covered campsite
  • Hmmmm. What does the question mark mean? There'sa mystery ahead?
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Month of VisitOctober
Reviewed Jun. 30, 2016

Estrella mountain hike

I did a mini hike in this place. The trails are well maintained and some people used it for biking. There are a ot of restrooms everywhere. The place is also filled with cholla plants which is really really spiky

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