This site can get extremely windy and stormy so make sure to have the necessary equipment and stakes depending on how you’re camping. It’s a great location though. 5 minutes from downtown, 10 from arches, and walking distance to the grandstaff arch trail. Sites are clearly marked with parking and fire pits. There’s also a trash can to dump trash and two bathrooms.
There’s a good amount of campsites but they’re spread out enough to feel like you’re more secluded than you are. It can get a bit noisy with all the OHVs but if you have one yourself it’s a nice little spot. The center pavilion can also be a great place to chill with larger groups.
Such an incredible area. I feel like there’s nothing I could say that hasn’t already been said. Our group used two separate campsites. One was on the water and one was setup against a canyon wall. The river site was neat but it got really windy and cold. The canyon site was much calmer but not as scenic. You can’t really go wrong with either site though.
The four stars are mainly for convenience and location. The campground is fairly small and sites are pretty close together. It is pretty nicely maintained though and the host was nice. The road is nearby so it’s not a quite campground. However, it’s just down the street from woods canyon lake and some other really nice places to visit.
This campsite is nothing crazy. It definitely does the job for getting outside and enjoying a nice day of camping. The area is pretty well maintained and it’s a short distance to some of the best places in Prescott.
One of the best camp spots. The directions on here will take you to the right side but if you have a lower car I would suggest staying to the left of the last fork in the road. It’s definitely doable in a regular car but it was much nicer to have a 4x4.
This campground is located right at the entrance of Joshua Tree, next to the Cottonwood visitor center. There are plenty of sites, especially between September-May when Loop B is open. Each site has a fire pit and picnic table, with about half the sites having a back in parking spot and the rest having parallel pull ins. The bathroom is really well maintained (possibly due to the pandemic). There is also a few potable water spigots.
The campground is right on lake powell and there are no reservations so be sure to get there early for a good spot. Camping is in the sand, but it is pretty hard, if you are planning on sleeping on the ground. The bathrooms are actually pretty nice and well maintained for a primitive site