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Alamo Lake State Park
The large campground at Alamo Lake State Park is made up of 6 camping loops of paved and gravel surfaces, with both back-in and pull-through sites. Amenities range from dry sites to full-hookups. Maximum occupancy is a total of 10 individuals with a maximum of 6 adults per campsite.Camping Reservations Cabin Reservations
Buckskin Mountain State Park
Located along the Parker strip, Buckskin Mountain State Park offers 60 traditional campsites and 15 riverfront campsites. Bring your boat and enjoy a fun-filled water adventure.Camping Reservations
Catalina State Park
Catalina State Park is nestled at the base of the Santa Catalina Mountain with over 5,500 acres of desert to explore. Stay a night, or more, at one of the 120 campsites offered and keep a lookout for the variety of desert wildlife and plants that call the park home.Camping Reservations
Cattail Cove State Park
Cattail Cove State Park borders the Colorado River and offers 61 campsite as well as a number of boat-in campsites.Camping Reservations
Fool Hollow Lake State Park
Stay a night, or three, in one of the 92 campsites Fool Hollow State Park has to offer. Located in the White Mountains, Fool Hollow provides ample opportunity for fishing, lakeside hiking and wildlife watching.Camping Reservations
Homolovi State Park
Hopi for "Place of the Little Hills", Homolovi State Park offers visitors a glimpse into the heritage of the Hopi people at the park's visitor center. Over 50 campsites are available to reserve to stay and explore the rich native history of the park.Camping Reservations
Kartchner Caverns State Park
Kartchner Caverns State Park offers not only campgrounds and cabins, but also a living cave. Reserve a spot today to experience the unique beauty of the caverns as well as explore the desert backcountry of southern Arizona.Camping Reservations Cabin Reservations Tour Reservations
Lake Havasu State Park
The scenic shoreline of Lake Havasu State Park is an ideal place to enjoy beautiful beaches, nature trails, boat ramps, and convenient campsites. The park offers three boat ramps, 47 campsites, 13 camping cabins, picnic area, and beach area.Camping Reservations Cabin Reservations
Lost Dutchman State Park
Named after the fabled lost gold mine, Lost Dutchman State Park is located in the Sonoran Desert, at the base of the Superstition Mountains, only 40 miles east of Phoenix. Several trails lead from the park into the Superstition Mountain Wilderness and surrounding Tonto National Forest. Take a stroll along the Native Plant Trail or hike the challenging Siphon Draw Trail to the top of the Flatiron.
Depending on the year's rainfall, you might be treated to a carpet of desert wildflowers in the spring, but there's plenty of beautiful desert plants to see year-round! Enjoy a weekend of camping and experience native wildlife including mule deer, coyote, javelina and jackrabbit.Camping Reservations Cabin Reservations
Lyman Lake State Park
Lyman Lake is one of the few bodies of water in northeastern Arizona with no size restrictions on boats. The west end of the lake is buoyed off and restricted as a no wake area (5 mph). This allows the angler a chance at a variety of fish without the proximity of speedboats and water-skiers. The fishery consists of walleye, channel catfish and largemouth bass. The large remainder of the lake is open for all other types of water sports.
Lyman Lake really comes into its own during the spring, summer, and fall. Summer days, with temperature highs in the 80s to low 90s, are perfect for fishing, swimming, leisure boating, water-skiing, hiking or just relaxing.Camping Reservations Cabin Reservations
Patagonia Lake State Park
Patagonia Lake State Park was established in 1975 as a state park and is an ideal place to find whitetail deer roaming the hills and great blue herons walking the shoreline. The park offers a campground, beach, picnic area with ramadas, tables and grills, a creek trail, boat ramps, and a marina.
The campground overlooks the lake where anglers catch crappie, bass, bluegill, catfish, and trout. The park is popular for water skiing, fishing, camping, picnicking, and hiking. And the tracks of the New Mexico/Arizona railroad lie beneath the lake and remnants of the old historic line may be found at the Nature Conservancy in Patagonia. Hikers can stroll along the creek trail and see birds such as the canyon towhee, Inca dove, vermilion flycatcher, black vulture, and several species of hummingbirds.Camping Reservations Cabin Reservations
Picacho Peak State Park
Enjoy the view as you hike the trails that wind up the peak and, often in the spring, overlook a sea of wildflowers. The park and surrounding area are known for its unique geological significance, outstanding and varied desert growth, and historical importance. The unique shape has been used as a landmark by travelers since prehistoric times.
The park offers a visitor center with exhibits and a park store, a playground, historical markers, a campground and picnic areas.Camping Reservations
River Island State Park
River Island State Park is ideal for tent campers and can provide a scenic respite, a desert escape, or a fun-filled water adventure. It offers 37 campsites, a ramada, sandy beach, cove, and boat launch area. The park has a trail for hiking and access to off-highway vehicle back country roads.
In the summer, the park unit is most popular for boating, fishing, jet skiing, swimming, and camping amidst a backdrop of beautiful mountains. In the winter, visitors appreciate the mild climate and enjoy camping and fishing. River Island State Park is a year-round destination for those looking to discover a variety of recreational and cultural resources.Camping Reservations