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No frills but where else can you camp with burros? Nature Center was great and the staff was helpful. Showers were "meh".
Nice place. 30 min from State Farm Stadium. Full hook ups but we had a 42 foot trailer with sewage towards the back of trailer and their sewage dump was towards the front of trailer. Couldn’t dump until we were leaving
Beautiful views of the lake, plenty to do. Busy on weekends and empty during the week.
Arrived late at night...off of 85, there is a turning lane. Robins Butte Road. Lots of washboard roads. stay left... you'll see a pavilion....still stay left at the fork, the preserve will be to your right in a fenced in area....stay left. Road goes forever with little spurs sprinkled with…
Super regional campground in the west Phoenix area. Clean hot showers and bathrooms. Solid mtb and hiking trails in the park.
Being near the lake is very nice. Our campsite was not level at all. Basically on the side of the hill. We could not reach the water hook up because of this. There are bathrooms and that’s the only amenity. Having two gate codes was frustrating. The map and signs are not very clear or easily…
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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I camped for 5 nights in the Roadrunner campground of Lake Pleasant. I had a site overlooking the lake and it was fantastic. Easy to get my 39' toy hauler in and room enough that I didn't have to unhook and could even put out my rear ramp as a deck.
Great view, easy to back in site (watch for…
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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Very short drive from civilization. Semi developed sites are a good way to break someone in to tent/car camping. Full restrooms and showers nearby. Usually clean.
You can even hit one of the restaurants at the lake.
Primitive camping on the shoreline is cool and still not too far from…
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
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.
We stayed at roadrunner campground. No big complaints. Some of the sites are kind of small but they do have parking areas for your vehicle if it does not fit on your pad with your RV. Bathroom areas have showers but leave much to be desired. If you go on a weekend the line to get into the…