Schoolhouse Campground is located in close proximity to the eastern shores of Roosevelt Lake with an elevation of 2,100 feet. Roosevelt is Arizona's largest lake offering a number of great water based recreation opportunites such as fishing, motorized and non-motorized boating, and lakeside hiking.
Schoolhouse Campground offers easy access to Roosevelt Lake with a paved boat ramp. This provides excellent opportunities for boating, kayaking, canoeing, and other water-based recreation activites. Fishing is another popular activity where anglers fish for Largemouth and Small mouth Bass; Crappie; Sunfish; Channel and Flathead Catfish.
Other activities in this area include, hiking, biking, wildlife viewing, and photography.
This campground offers 40 campsites within Mesquite Loop, which can accomidate RVs, trailers, and multi-vehicle parking. Each individual campsite has the capacity to hold 10 individuals and 3 vehicles, while the double campsites can hold up to 20 individuals with 6 vehicles. Most sites offer pull through parking, a shade ramada, picnic tables, and campfire rings with grills. This site also offers fully accessible campsites with paved parking and stand-up grills.
Other amentities include a paved boat launch area for motorized and non-motorized boating, potable water, and vault toilets.
The campground loop provides spacious sites perfect for RVs and trailers with mesquite trees throughout, and views of the mountains and native Sonoran Desert plants and wildlife. This is a small campground ideal for individuals or families looking for a quiet area to get away.
Two National Scenic Byways (AZ Hwy 88 Apache Trail and AZ Hwy 288 Spines to Pines Highway). Roosevelt Dam, Tonto National Monument, the Arizona Trail, endless miles of jeep trails, Towns of Payson and Globe, Superstition, Sierra Ancha, and Four Peaks Wilderness'. Don't forget to stop by the Tonto Basin Environmental Center learn about the history of the area.
Right on beautiful Theodore Roosevelt Lake. Nice sites, decently spaced (except 204 and 205 are pretty tight), beautiful 360* mountain views. Well kept. Nick, the host, is friendly and helpful. There are no showers, but there are a few flush toilets. No water hookups, but potable water is available at the restrooms. No electric sites, but we had all the 110 power we needed from our solar panels/inverter system. I’d give this 5 stars if there were a dump station, but there isn’t. The boat launch is very nice.
If you have a boat the campsites are close to the water and large