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If you're into mountain biking, this is THE campground. Breathtaking views, cool Nature Center! Showers were just okay. We had a hard time getting them to warm up and the lightbulbs were burnt out so I had to shower by flashlight... But worth it!
I loved this place, there’s ton of activity you can do and people are really nice and friendly. The bathrooms aren’t the cleanest but they aren’t that bad. You should definitely bring your own fire wood also don’t forget your fishing rods. The only problem I had was one of the visitors was…
A little too far out of town if you’re working in the city, otherwise it was quiet with beautiful views. Plenty of trials for mountain biking, and rentals and restaurants in Fountain Hills, about 15 minutes from the campground.
Super regional campground in the west Phoenix area. Clean hot showers and bathrooms. Solid mtb and hiking trails in the park.
We picked this campground on a whim based on reviews as a halfway point to our next destination. We're so happy we did.
We stayed two nights at the Willow walk-in sites (W10). Despite our campsite being close to the bathroom it exceeded our expectations. Campground is well organized with friendly…
The road in is several miles of dirt washboard. But the views are great once here. Not close enough to lake unless want a mile or so hike. Most roads are little more than clearings of brush motorcycle trails. Lots of OHV in the area, so weekends really noisy. But nice otherwise. Good…
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Well separated level sites in a desert setting. Good views of the mountains and the Valley of the Sun. Most sites have electric and water. Good Hiking in the mountains during cooler weather.
The park has an excellent nature center, great hiking, archaeology and good water/power hook-ups.
A bit far from restaurants etc. but that’s good.
This park is quite large and has many camping options: day passes, tent camping, semi-developed sites, and fully-developed sites with awnings for big rigs.
There are many hiking trails too, for every level of difficulty.
The nature is splendid, with hummingbirds, chipmunks, and plenty of…
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A dozen or so free tent sites. Tables, fire rings, grills. Vault toilets. Campers under 20’ should be okay. Larger RVs should consider a spot back off seven springs road. Going too much further up the road isn’t a good idea for RVs.
Road in is pretty good. Some washboard. Most vehicles will make…
Nice large private sites with a wonderful view of the mountains and desert. Great for bikeriding enthusiasts and there are also lots of great hiking trails! The sites are very nicely kept/clean. The bathrooms are emaculate, and the staff is friendly and helpful. Only bummer is how far away it…
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A little rough getting here on a couple miles of gravel road. Signs say private property en route but there's other campers here. Brought a Thor Vegas class A. Also looks like a popular place to bring 4-wheelers.
Very useful sight and amazing locations. Recommend to anyone
I do not know where the true campground is for this spot, but if you go to these coordinates it is only a parking lot for a trail head. There are NO vehicle entrances.
I believe the correct spot is
“West Gate to Bulldog Canyon OHV Area” which is less than a mile NE from here. This area has…
Bit of a drive to get down to but they just redid the roads so roads are nice. Locals with 4 wheelers pretty much dominate the area. But it’s still not to bad a place. Bring in everything you need. All they provide is the space.