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37 Reviews of 8 Wilhoit Campgrounds
If you like to camp, hike, boat, fish, and cycle then this is the place for you! And with the the elevation being about 6,000 the weather is pretty much good all year round..! Camp spots are good size, clean, and walking distance to both the lake and various hiking trails.
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One of the cleanest campground I’ve stayed at. Very quiet and sites aren’t crammed together here. Large sites too! This particular site did not have any afternoon shade so was a little to hot.
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This place is so pretty! So easy to get to so that was really nice! Loved the views! We were at campsite 4 and it was right by a river and this really cool cave thing! Only down side was there was so many little bugs flying around so they got really annoying at night.
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Awesome place, Campground 17 was a cool little walk to the lake! Plenty of room for shore fishing and exploring! The Ranger seems to be on it about the reservations and getting there early...We got there 2 hours early and just started setting up lol Overall solid spot 🤙🍻
Great views of Granite Mountain and lake! Two parking sites, one with a boat launch and Yavapai campgrounds close by.
We were here mid week in September and it was very quiet. The sites were private and nicely spaced with a good amount of trees. It was a short walk to the lake. We enjoyed the loop walk around the lake as well as taking the kayaks out from the south boat ramp. It was also an easy drive a few miles…
Okay so I prefer free camp spots and places that are quiet and tucked away. This place is great. It’s not too far off the paved road but the road does get a bit bumpy once you’re off the paved road. I stayed in site #4 and it was perfect. I did have to pick up some trash left behind but very…
We came in on Copper Basin Road coming from downtown Prescott. Our small Kia made it to the sites but there were some rough areas on the roads. The entrances into the camp sites were also very rough and it was difficult to find a path our car could handle. We parked our car at one of the 'grouped'…
We hiked from Copper Basin road along the Prescott Circle Trail and camped the night at one of the Thumb Butte dispersed camping sites. The campsites are large and well maintained. We were lucky enough to get the last open campsite for the day, but the sites are far enough apart from others so the…
Many spots - very close to Prescott, in the trees, and on the Lake at about 5,000 feet -- what could be better -- camping at it's finest..
Campsite is clean and very easy to reserve ahead of time on the supported website which is very easy to use and see all the items open.
This is a great little campground. There are a few spots for bigger rigs as well as some double spaces. The spaces are very nice and quite large in most cases. The hosts were very nice. The campground fills up pretty quickly. The lake is very nice, to kayak on and fishing is good as well.
Beautiful weather. Exactly the reason we came up here. Campsite 3 is so close to the road though, and there is a lot of traffic
Nice, had to pick up others trash but the view.
I loved it up here during the monsoons and the week days. The weekends are rough with the ATV traffic hence alcohol in the evenings caused the drinks to walk up and down the main road fighting. My dogs barked and warned so camp was safe. Otherwise this is the place.
Absolutely stunning views. incredible calm lake to kayak on at sunset. Hiking through the rocks is easy to get lost, but going to the bottom of the dam for some rock climbing was definitely worth it
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