Camping in Arizona
Bureau of Land Management
- State Office / PO. Box 16563
- Phoenix, AZ 85011-6563
- 602-650-0528. Fax 602-650-0424
Statewide BLM Offices
- Arizona Strip Dist. (NW AZ)
- 801-673-3545. Fax 801-628-7407
- Phoenix Dist.
602-780-8090. Fax: 602-581-9535
- Safford Dist.
520-428-4040. Fax: 520-428-3722
- Yuma Dist.
520-317-3200. Fax 520-317-3250
National Forest Service
- Apache-Sitgreaves (Mogolion Rim/White Mtns Area)
- 520-333-4301. Fax 520-333-6357
- Coconino (Flagstaff Area)
- 520-527-3600. Fax 520-527-3620
- Coronado (Tucson/SE AZ Area)
- 520-670-4552. Fax 520-670-4567
Kaibab (Grand Canyon Area)
- 520-635-8200. Fax: 520~635-2728
Prescott (Prescott Area)
- 520-771-4700. Fax 520-7714884
Tonto (Phoenix/Central AZ Area)
- 602-225-5200. Fax 602-225-5295
National Park Service
- 202 E. Earll Ste 115
- Phoenix, AZ 85012
- 602-640-5250. Fax 602-5265
Arizona State Parks
1300 W. Washington
Phoenix, Arizona 85007
Alamo Lake State Park
38 miles north of Wenden & US 60
Fishing, picnicing, camping, water sports and rock hounding are the popular activities. Consessin with boat rentals. $3/vehicle. Camping $8 with hookups $13.
Buckskin Mountain State Park
11 miles north of Parker, off Hwy 95
Camping, boating, fishing, hiking on the Colorado River. Concessions available. $5/vehicle, $10/nightly camping, $15 with hook up, $20 cabana.
Catalina State Park
9 miles north of Tucson, off Hwy 89
At the base of the northwestern slopes of the Catalina Mountains, this park has areas for picnicking, camping, hiking, birding and an archeological area. Souvenir shop. Trail access to the Coronado National Forest.
Cattail Cove State Park
South of Lake Havasu City, off Hwy 95
Boat launching, camping, boat-in camp sites, marina, restaurant, store and RV Resort. $3/vehicle, $10/nightly camping, $15 with hookups.
Dead Horse Ranch State Park
North of Payson off Hwy 87
In Cottonwood off 10th Street
Fort Hollow Lake Recreation Area
Near Show Low, off Hwy 260
Cooperatively operated with US Forest Service, City of Show Low and Game & Fish Dept. Fishing, camping, picnicing and hiking in the pines. $5/vehicle. $10 nightly camping. $15 with hookups.
Fort Verde State Historic Park
In Camp Verde, off Hwy 260.
George Crook's fort during the 1870s. Exhibits in the headquarters building explain the history of the 19th century soldiering in central Arizona. Special events and "living" history programs. $2/adult.
Homolovi Ruins State Park
East of Winslow, off 1-40.
Visitor center, camping, trails to archeology sites. $3/vehicle, $8/nightly camping, $13 with hook ups.
Jerome State Historic Park
In Jerome, off Hwy 89-A
The former mansion of James S. "Rawhide" Douglas exhibits the history of Jerome's copper mining people, places and technology. $2/adult.
Lake Havasu State Park
Along 45 miles of Lake Havasu
Boat launching, beach, camping, boat-in camp sites, picniking and hiking. $5/vehicle, $10/nightly, $15 with hook ups.
Lost Dutchman State Park
5 miles northeast of Apache Junction, off Hwy 88 at the base
of the Superstition Mountains
This park offers picnicing, camping, desert interpretive trails and access to the nearby Forest Service wildnerness area. $3/vehicle, $8/nightly camping.
LymanLake State Park
11 miles south of St. Johns, off Hwy 180
Water sports during the warm months and year-round fishing. Camping and picnicing facilities available. Herd of buffalo maintained on park. $3/vehicle. $8/nightly camping, $13 with hook ups.
McFarland State Historic Park
In Florence, off Main Street
This park features the original adobe Pinal County Courthouse built in 1878-82. Exhibits include antique hsopital equipment and military hardware as well as articles relating to the history of the courthouse and local area. $2/adult.
Patagonia Lake State Park
12 mles east of Nogales, off Hwy 82
Located in the beautiful Sonoita Valley, this park features a variety of water sports and fishing, camping, boating, hiking and beach area. A concession is available. $5/vehicle, $10/nightly camping, $15 w/hook ups.
Picacho Peak State Park
40 miles north of Tucson, off 1- 10
This park is noted for colorful wildflowers and for desert nature study. Picnicing, camping and nature trails with access to the peak's summit are favorites. Site of an annual Civil War Battle re-enactment. $3/vehicle, $8/nightly camping, $13/with hook up.
Red Rock State Park - Center for Environmental Education
South of Sedona off Red Rock LoopRd.
Visitor center with theater, special plant and animal programs, hiking. No pets. Gift shop. $5/vehicle.
Riordan Mansion State Historic Park
In Flagstaff, off Riordan Ranch Rd.
Roper Lake State Park
6 miles south of Safford, off Hwy 180
Slide Rock State Park
8 miles north of Sedona in Oak
Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park
In Tombstone, off Toughnut
Tonto Natural Bridge State Historic Park
Tubac Presidio State Historic Park
In Tubac, off 1- 19
Yuma Territorlal Prison State
Historic Park & Yuma
InYuma, off I-8
Fishing & Hunting
Arizona Game & Fish Department
222 W. Greenway Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85023