Nestled about two-miles from a nearby lake, Mogollon Campground offers some of the most beguiling overlooks of the area’s namesake geological rim. Shaded by the enveloping pines that line the campground’s confines, Mogollon Campground has 26 sites (of which sites 14 through 26 are available for advanced reservation). All sites are parallel parking and provide approximately 40 feet of parking space. Sites can accommodate tents as well as pop-up campers and small trailers or motorhomes. There are two loops which have 13 sites per loop. Each campsite offers a campfire ring, grill and picnic table. Additional amenities include accessible vault toilets, drinking water and trash service. A camp host is available at the site.
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The sites are spacious- although, it was uncrowded during our stay. The host was personable and helpful and the sites were clean and well-maintained, with a nice mixture of sun and shade. The campground is close to the rim trail and Woods Canyon Lake and we enjoyed our stay. However, many tent sites have been cleared in a way so that if there is substantial rainfall, several inches of rain will collect underneath your tent! We were there during monsoon season and many tent campers needed to move their tents after a significant storm, and some campers spent the night in their vehicle. There is a road running alongside the campground and you will hear cars and trucks on the road from time to time, including late at night and early morning.