Make a Night of It with Arizona State Parks & Trails!

February 22, 2018

With so much to see and do in Arizona’s state parks, you can’t do it all in one day! Luckily, campgrounds, RV sites and cozy camping cabins are all available at Arizona State Parks & Trails for your spring break or spring training destinations!

Camping cabins are available at Alamo Lake State Park, Dead Horse Ranch State Park, Kartchner Caverns State Park, Lyman Lake State Park and Roper Lake State Park, with new cabins coming soon to Lost Dutchman State Park, Lake Havasu State Park and Patagonia Lake State Park! Make a reservation today to enjoy the outdoors with a little indoors. Each cabin has heating and air-conditioning, a fire ring and comfy mattresses. All you need to provide are linens or sleeping bags!

Set your sights on great getaway parks for all your adventures and explore all that the parks have to offer.

Picacho Peak State Park offers a unique desert camping experience midway between the Phoenix-metro area and Tucson. There are 85 electric campgrounds for your tent or your RV, and lots of hiking trails, wildlife viewing and gorgeous scenery.

For an experience in the northern part of the state, check out Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area in Show Low. Water activities abound among the tall pines at a cool 6,300’ elevation, and with more than 120 campsites are available, you’re sure to have a great adventure.

Head west to Alamo Lake State Park to get away from it all in a scenic river valley near a crystal-clear lake. Cabins and campsites are available in this relaxing park where you can fish, enjoy the night sky, hike or head out on the water for the day.

The southern part of the state has its own hidden treasure at Patagonia Lake State Park. Nestled in the mountains of Santa Cruz County, this beautiful lakeside property has camping, boat-in camp sites, boating, swimming and amazing trails. Stop by the adjacent Sonoita Creek State Natural Area to continue your hikes or catch sight of some of the amazing birds in the area.

Plan for your adventure now by visiting to find the best park to suit your destination desires. With parks located throughout the state, there is truly something for everyone!

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For information about all 35 Arizona State Parks and Natural Areas, the Trails and Off-Highway Vehicle Programs and State Historic Preservation Office call 1-877-MY-PARKS or visit


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