Hidden gem in southern Arizona

We have been to the caverns several years ago did not know about the campground.  The camp sites are spready well apart which is nice, they are all paved and well set up and maintained.  The facilities were all great.  The hiking trails in the park were awesome providing adventures and scenery for all levels.  We used the park as a base while we toured the caverns and hiked in the park as well as to visit other nearby sites such as Sierra Vista, Bisbee, Tombstone and Benson.

Hart Prarie Dispersed Camping

We love to boondock and this location was awesome.  Open enough for our solar panels to get a lot of direct sunlight, far enough off the beaten trail that there was not that many other campers nearby.  A lot of great hiking nearby and just a few minutes out of Flagstaff if one wanted to go into town for any reason.

Page - The only place to camp

We stayed at the Page Lake Powell campground for the second time in May 2021.  The sites are excellent with decent spacing.  The facilities look to be great and well maintained but we did not use any as we were only there one night.  The hosts were really friendly and helpful.  

The campground is just a short distance from several attractions including Horseshoe Bend, Lake Powell, Lees Ferry, Hoover Dam, Vermillion Cliffs and more

Great campground for exploring the North Rim

We only stayed in this campground 1 night and it was the only one with RV hookups in the area from which you could commute to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon easily.  The sites are adequate, Ours was wedged between two other sites at an angle which made it a little tricky to back in but the hosts helped guide us in between other trailers and trees.  We did not have a full hookup (no black/grey tank hookup) but only really needed water and electricity.

I would recommend this campground for those wanting to visit this area.  The facilities appeared to be good although we did not use anything other than the dump station on the way out.

Perfect location from which to explore

This location is ideal for those wanting to take in Zion and Bryce Canyon but there are so many other places nearby to explore.  Kolob Canyons, Cedar Breaks National Monument, Cascade Falls, Mammoth Cave, Duck Creek Ice Cave, Navajo Lake, Crystal Springs to name just a few.

The facilities are fine, each site has a full hookup.  The showers were well maintained.  We don't require much so this was a perfect set up.

Many will not like the 2 mile journey from the main road to the site but I really liked that we were well secluded from the main roads and traffic.  Dear visited us every night and the hosts were great.

Lo Lo Mai was just the ticket

We stayed at Lo Lo Mai Springs RV Resort for 3 nights.  The folks there were really helpful and friendly.  We are pretty low maintenance and so had zero issues to contend with.  Our WIFI booster in our trailer worked great off of the clubhouse so we did have internet that was fairly reliable and Verizon coverage was fine but we did not really use either.  There was no tv signals that we could receive but we had downloaded some movies and watched these when not playing board games or sitting outside.  

The facilities overall were adequate (showers) and the grounds were neat and clean.  The creek was along side the resort and was a great place to relax.  I would definitely return.

Great RV park for exploring Tucson area

So many amenities, awesome staff, clean, everything worked as advertised. Wifi was a little spotty from our site, just a few tv channels with antenna (no cable). Laundry, showers, TV lounge, food trucks, entertainment, etc.

Diamond amongst the trees

White Horse Lake / campground is simply awesome.  The road in can be a little rough at times but is generally ok.  The campgrounds are well laid out, the spacing is pretty good.  The restrooms are always clean.  There can be loud music in the evenings but that goes with the territory of campgrounds.  

There is a lot to do here, fishing, kayaking/canoeing, lots and lots of hiking.    You can hike to the edge of Sycamore Canyon by following the trails that lead NW from the lake.  This is an easy hike and would be great for all ages.  Sycamore Falls just NW of the lake is a great hike, one of my favorites.  Especially when the water is running with force.

There are generally activities planned by the rangers - all in all a great place to spend a few days.

Coconino National Forrest FS 124

If you like dispersed camping, this is a great area.  Loads of hiking, tons of animals (elk, deer, coyotes, foxes and more).  Roads in are pretty well maintained, this spot can accommodate large trailers/RVs but as it is first come/first serve, they fill up fast.  More spots further down FS124 if these are taken.

Buck Mountain Dispersed Camping

Buck Mountain area of the Coconino National Forrest is easy to get to, there are large areas to accommodate the biggest vehicles or groups.  The hike to the lookout at the top of Buck Mountain is not too strenuous and the views are awesome.

Lost Dutchman State Park was simply fantastic!

Lost Dutchman State Park - what an amazing place.

Campgrounds are really well maintained, easy to navigate, level and all of the services worked flawlessly.

Hiking was amazing and there were trails to last weeks for people at all levels.  The Superstitions make a beautiful backyard from which to relax and appreciate the beauty.  The camp hosts were friendly and attentive.  All amenities were kept up beautifully.

Will definately be back.

Usery Mountain is an Awesome campground

Outstanding layout, great hosts, spectacular location.  Good hiking and sites nearby whether you are looking for lakes, wild mustangs in the Salt River, a scenic drive to Tortilla Flats or just enjoying the Arizona weather.  

Hiking in the park to accommodate all levels.

Campsites are well maintained.  Quiet in the evenings.  Could not ask for more.