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We camped in the Ringtail loop which is open to individual camping from January through March (usually a group camping area). It is a big gravel parking lot where they jam everyone in there. Super tight! Decent hiking trails from the park especially Romero Canyon trail. Bathrooms/showers were…
I have stayed here a twice and enjoyed both visits. Bathrooms are clean and all sites are well maintained. No wood fires are allowed but you can bring a propane fire pit. Plenty of trails are nearby.
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Quiet safe area not far out of town with cell reception for Verizon
Beautiful state park campground. Huge, level, paved sites. All the sites in the B loops have water and electric( 20A, 30A, and 50A). Picnic table and bbq. No fire pits. Dump station near exit of loops and another near state park entrance. Nice selection of pull through and back-in sites. We had a…
Separate dry (area a) and hook up areas (area b) first come first serve. $ 30 full hook up includes entry fee. Showers. Lots of birds. Little free library. Friendly folks all round.
Walmart nearby DOES NOT allow overnight. Did not check out amenities but the campground had roomy sites and is very well groomed. Everyone was friendly. Filled fresh tank at campsite. Dump station very clean. Great mountain biking-50 mile trail- in park.
This BLM dispersed camping area is along a two-track dirt road that follows a buried pipeline. The start of the pipeline rdo from Avra road is .6 tens mile from the cattleguard on Avra Road and Pump Station road jct. There is no BLM sign or other signage on Avra road for the pipeline road turnoff…
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Stayed here since it is close to the west NP entrance and had a great stay. Saw about 6 other campers when I arrived Wednesday night. No services or amenities so be prepared and pack everything out. Very quiet night and a beautiful sunsets. Surrounded by saguaro’s! Would definitely recommend to…
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I enjoyed this site so much that I decided to stay additional days. It is about a 30 minute drive West of I-10 just North of Tucson. Great paved roads all the way until you get to Pipeline Road. I camped a half a mile down a dirt road that was not too bad… Just take it slow and easy.
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Peaceful, quiet, and some of the best hikes ever. The view amazing each morning.
Great location in the park with full hookups. Just be warned off its rains heavy, roads will flood.
Easy to find great access large sites
Two of us camped together in a group area with one other couple. Beautiful sunset. Coyotes howling. Good company over the fire pit. Great shower facilities
Easy and well maintained hike to the dam from the Recreation center. Plenty of parking but requires a day or annual pass. Recreation center also has hundreds of trails that lead all throughout the Santa Catalina mountains.