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The 20 best camping spots in Arizona.

From the Grand Canyon and Saguaro National Park to Lake Powell and Havasu Falls, Arizona offers striking diversity in its outdoor landscapes.

Rio Rancho Verde
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1. Rio Rancho Verde

This 62 acre exclusive equestrian eco-ranch is located on the border of the Tonto National Forest, and is 3/4 mile from the Scottsdale Sonoran...

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Phoenix Wilderness Adventures
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2. Phoenix Wilderness Adventures

We provide experiences of a lifetime through professional outdoor guided canyoneering, rock climbing, kayaking/rafting/SUP for single/multiday...

Camping in Arizona is possible nearly any time of year due to fairly mild seasons, and the state’s wildly varied landscape means you’ll never get bored. Many travelers are drawn here to experience the wonders of Grand Canyon National Park, which reaches one-mile deep, 18-miles wide, and nearly 300-miles long. If you’re looking to capture a breathtaking sunset in the park, North Read more...
Camping in Arizona is possible nearly any time of year due to fairly mild seasons, and the state’s wildly varied landscape means you’ll never get bored. Many travelers are drawn here to experience the wonders of Grand Canyon National Park, which reaches one-mile deep, 18-miles wide, and nearly 300-miles long. If you’re looking to capture a breathtaking sunset in the park, North Rim Campground is the place to be. At the nearby Havasu Falls, nestled within Havasupai tribal lands, you can hike, swim, picnic, and wander among stunning turquoise pools and waterfalls. Visit Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park at Navajo Nation to camp among towering reddish sandstone formations, learn about Navajo culture, and taste traditional Navajo cuisine. If lake camping is your thing, head south to Lake Powell where a boat will come in handy for exploring the lake’s 96 canyons. Down south, not far from Tucson you can step into Saguaro National Park’s otherworldly landscape filled with massive Saguaro cacti, unique water features, and the occasional desert tortoise.
Alderwood Campground

3. Alderwood Campground

There’s swimming holes, pristine fishing, shady campsites, and incredible canyons to be found at Alderwood Campground. Sittin’ beside Haigler Creek...

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Haigler Canyon Campground

4. Haigler Canyon Campground

Haigler Canyon Campground is spot-on if you like trout fishing, swimming in cool waters, and picnicking to your heart’s content. There’s campsites...

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Solveig: The specs for this campground (above) indicate pets aren't allowed, but I didn't see any signs to that effect at the site, and...
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Turquoise is the official gemstone of Arizona.
Reynolds Creek Group Campground

5. Reynolds Creek Group Campground

In charge of planning your next family reunion? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Bring 150 of your closest family members to Reynolds Creek...

Rose Creek Campground

6. Rose Creek Campground

Five miles in any direction of Rose Creek Campground, you’ll find Arizona’s most diverse and gorgeous wilderness, plants, and wildlife. The Salome...

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The only place in the U.S. to deliver mail by mule is the Native American community of Supai, at the bottom of the Grand Canyon.
Ponderosa Campground

7. Ponderosa Campground

Ponderosa Campground is indeed studded by towering ponderosa pines, which makes for perfectly shaded campsites, gorgeous scenery, and wafts of...

Sawmill Flats Campground

8. Sawmill Flats Campground

Discover Mother Nature herself this summer when you camp at Sawmill Flats in Tonto National Forest. Test your outdoor skills in this scenic (and...

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Ever seen a ringtail? These small carnivores resembling a fox with a long raccoon-like tail are Arizona's official state mammal.
Sharp Creek Campground

9. Sharp Creek Campground

Sharp Creek Campground is lookin’ sharp, feelin’ cool, and just beckonin’ campers to enjoy all it has to give! It sits in a prime, central spot,...

Christopher Creek Campground

10. Christopher Creek Campground

After you bag a few Rainbow Trout from these spring-fed creeks, you’ll be callin’ Christopher Creek Campground your home away from home. If you...

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Erica: This is a super sweet little campground tucked in next to the highway. It has two large loops of campsites with lots of water...
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Spanning 9,000 square-feet, the world’s largest rose bush can be found in Tombstone, Arizona.
Christopher Creek Group Campground

11. Christopher Creek Group Campground

Easy access…to fishing! At Christopher Creek Campground, you can spend all day long at the namesake creek that flows directly through camp. Set up...

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Sharp Creek Group Campground

12. Sharp Creek Group Campground

Invitation time! Send ‘em out soon cause you can’t miss out on snagging Sharp Creek Group Campground. Explore Tonto National Forest with your...

Houston Mesa Campground

13. Houston Mesa Campground

In the heart of the forested north side of Tonto National Forest, you’ll find Houston Mesa Campground, a large sprawl ready for equestrian,...

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Richard: We've tent camped there on several occasions. It currently costs $3.00 for a 6 minute shower. Sites are OK, but not a lot of...
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Upper Tonto Creek Campground

14. Upper Tonto Creek Campground

A stay at Upper Tonto Creek Campground means awesome fishing, endless trails, and a fun day trip to the Tonto Fish Hatchery. While the sites are on...

Mogollon Campground

15. Mogollon Campground

Nestled about two-miles from a nearby lake, Mogollon Campground offers some of the most beguiling overlooks of the area’s namesake geological rim....

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Crook Campground

16. Crook Campground

Crook Campground is known to steal the hearts of outdoor lovers. The trees run thicker than a snicker throughout the forest, offering shade and a...

Colcord Ridge Campground

17. Colcord Ridge Campground

Colcord Ridge Campground is 7,600 feet up, so you can expect ponderosa pines, superb trout fishing, and ultimate seclusion. There are few...

Rim Campground

18. Rim Campground

“Breathtaking, awe-inspiring,” those are the two descriptions that come to mind when alluding to Rim Campground. Offering scenic vantage points...

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Aspen Campground

19. Aspen Campground

Aspen Campground is like, the most popular campground in Northern Arizona. It ain’t hard to see why. With wildlife viewing, fishing, and boating,...

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Fr 9350 Campground

20. Fr 9350 Campground

Adrenaline junkies, this is for you. With some of the area’s dispersed campsites edged by a two-hundred-foot vertical drop over Mogollon Rim, Fr...