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Well maintained campground. Campsite very from water edge to hillside. Lots of trees to shade your campsite. Campsite are $20 a night for single campsite and $40 for a double campsite. Campground hosts are excellent. Very friendly, knowledgeable and reasonable to work with.
We camped at site number 44. A very nice pull through single site on the water.
Vault style bathrooms were clean. Great boat launch on site.
We were there in the middle of January. Waking up to everything covered in frost was a pleasant surprise since it was around 70 during the day. Be prepared for the temperature change.
The scenery was beautiful! We set up camp just off the river. The road was rough getting in but 4wd wasn't needed. Will definitely visit again!
When I want an easy, friendly campground with great hikes and plenty of pine forest, I like to come here. The staff is friendly but not intrusive, the campsites are clean, and spaced nicely. I had a really great time camping here.
A small campground, it has a one-way, counterclockwise road. The road in, from the marina is a well-maintained dirt road. A couple of dispersed campsite can be seen just before you arrive, riverside of the road. The improved campsites are found after you round the turn to head back to the main road. The sites will be to the left. Sites are rather close to each other and I noticed that some campers take up more than one site. Campfire rings are deep and the bbq grate is not adjustable. Aluminum picnic tables,, with anchor chains. Some of the sites have grass and trees to string a hammock. The improved sites end just before you reach the vault toilets. Toilets were clean and a dumpster is there too. Just past the toilets, are some more dispersed sites. Two of the dispersed sites are nice, with grass and shade and more room. There are a couple spots to access the river. Overall, it's not a bad spot and the views driving in are good. There is some trash, but not bad. I did pick up some, as it was windy, but most of it was very small. Cell service is poor. At the picnic table I had one bar and 3G data that was slow, with ATT. Once I moved, I lost service. I imagine Verizon has service to a better degree.
There must be hundreds of campsites. We took advantage of the laundromat which was great. Too cold to use the pool or tennis courts. Based on the campground map, we chose a site near the river. However, the map does not show that the river flows right next to I-17. Interstate noise is a real presence. The staff were nice about letting us change to a site not so close to the interstate and refunded the difference in price for the less expensive site.
We stayed here summer of 2020. It was a wonderful trip and we absolutely loved the campground. It was pretty full but it still felt like you had plenty of your own space. The woods surrounding were beautiful and peaceful. Our two young children loved running around and exploring.
It was a dry summer and fire restrictions were in place. There was also a fire in northern AZ that made it a bit smoky, but not too bad. It was unfortunate we couldn’t have a campfire but we made do. The cam hosts were very friendly and kept the vault toilet and area very clean. The campground was close to two beautiful lakes just a short drive away great for fishing. We were in space 021, Juniper Loop. It was beautiful and we would definitely stay there again.
Super accessible from the Phoenix area, very easy to find. You can choose your own camping spot, and there are many existing stone fire rings and pits that are spaced out decently across the area. The earlier you arrive, the more spots you'll have to choose from; most are filled by sundown. A sedan can easily get across the Flat with some careful maneuvering. Vault toilets are all the way at the entrance of the Flat so plan accordingly. (Or… bring a trowel.)
Lots of families, which means kids, music, and laughter. Never a bad thing, but even if they're not particularly loud, there's no trees or shrubs on the shoreline to dampen the sound and it carries pretty far—especially when kids figure out the lake is basically a giant echo chamber!
The wind can really whip across the lake when it picks up, and it makes it hard to pitch a tent or run a stove. I recommend setting up camp up by the trees if you don't plan on boating/fishing/RV camping to give yourself a bit of shelter from the wind.
No hiking or trails to be had here, but definitely a relaxing, pretty spot.