Easy and well maintained hike to the dam from the Recreation center. Plenty of parking but requires a day or annual pass. Recreation center also has hundreds of trails that lead all throughout the Santa Catalina mountains.
Available for use during day. Has table and grill available.
Plenty of great trails that lead all throughout the Santa Catalina mountains. A lot of highly trafficked and we'll maintained trails.
Close to the airport. Has all hookups and close to a casino and plenty of good food.
This group of campsites was open on and off weather permitting. It is now permanently closed.
Open only during the late fall, winter, and early spring. Can get crowded. Nearby is the Molino creek which flows only immediately after heavy rainfall or snow.
Another RV park close to the freeway. Has all hookups needed.
Lots of places to hike and explore! Higher altitudes make it a great way to get out of the Tucson heat. Easy drive with many campsites.
Basic RV park with many spots for hookups.
The river gets lower until the snow melts. Makes for a fun snow day and great backpacking.
Various campsites on Rucker lake. Close waterfalls and plenty of hiking trails. Near fort Rucker and up the road from a few other campsites and hiking trails.
Many hiking trails up the road from the campsites. Fort rucker is nearby to see a little bit of Cochise Counties history. Roads could get difficult from rain and snow so only use vehicles with decent ground clearance.
Many camping spots available. Great catfish and bass fishing. Great family spot to camp and boat.
As long as you go when it's not snowing! There's hundreds of beautiful, well maintained and overgrown trails throughout the mountain range. Tons of wildlife and big trees. It's a forest wonderland compared to the surrounding Arizona desert.
RV park located in Tucson, AZ. Has sewage and electrical hook-ups.
Many camp sites available to reserve as well as a few that are first come first serve. Also many cabins available for rent a little up the mountain. Rose canyon lake is stocked with trout for some easy and fun fishing and camping. Gets crowded during times when lake is stocked.
If you take Turkey Creek Rd to Sycamore campground, you'll sleep with the beautiful sound of a mountain stream behind you. They have restrooms that are sanitized and many bear proof trash cans that are emptied regularly. There's a good chance to see wildlife if you hike one of the various trails around the area. Highly recommend this sight! Just remember to leave it cleaner than you left it! Snows during winter often. Not as good for hiking and backpacking but makes for a fun snow day!