32 total RV sites, can accommodate RVs up to 42ft, 5 pull thrus, back ins, 5 tent sites, full hookups, 30/50 amp, WiFi, restrooms, showers, laundry, propane, sewer, RV storage, dump station, store, ice, recycling center, nature watching, hiking and fishing. Many lakes nearby for fishing.
Open April 1st through November 1st. Reservations required. Reservations made less than 30 days in advance must be paid in fulll at the time of scheduling. PA discount is valid for 2 nights. PA is not valid during weekends (Fri & Sat) or Holidays. One discount per season. Credit cards accepted. Pets are welcome. *Rates are for 1 RV and 2 people, addl charge for each addl person. Plus tax. Plus $25 non-refundable reservation fee.
Located N of Hwy 260, turnoff is between mile marker 324 and 325. Just 20 miles west of Show Low and 15 miles east of Overgaard. Turn N on Hwy 160 (Sawmill Rd) and go 1 mile. Campground is on the north side, just past mile marker 1.
Come join us on the cool Mogollon Rim plateau. Quiet, friendly, family campground and borders the National Forest with easy access to great hiking, ATV and four wheeling trails.
Apache Sitgreaves National Forest, Maverick Trail (motorized), Fool Hollow recreation area, and 3 local public golf courses. Arizona White Mountains, Mogollon Rim Lakes, Petrified Forest National Park, Painted Desert, weekend festivals, shopping and dining, miles of ATV & 4x4 trails and guided ATV trips.
Please do not overlook this RV Park. We were fortunate to get the last site. Enjoyed the large trees that provide shade and/or partial shade at different times of the day. As we have found on this trip, rates have not been updated on RA. We paid $60 for Sunday and $30 for Monday. Would definitely stay again.
I'm torn as in I really would rather keep this hidden gem a secret, however, credit should be given where it is due. This is not the overnight spot or the rv resort. This is where you'll spend a few days plus, enjoying a small well kept campground that is off the beaten path with motorized off road trials along with excellent hiking opportunities available immediately outside the campground. With the assistance of the owners and some patience one can get a 40' coach, off road toys and associated trailer tucked in nicely amongst the junipers and enjoy a week long stay as our family does. During our stay in May '21 and again October '21 we found the owners to be very accommodating for large rigs such as ours, as well the smaller rigs we would see come in. They are all ages friendly and off road toys friendly.
Stayed here 4/5 & 4/6/15 (two nights, 1-1/2 days). CG just in process of opening for season, so plenty of room. Sites are of non-standard sizes and shapes scattered through typical high desert scrub treed grounds. National Forest is accessible to OHV's right from main gate and many, many tracks to travel. Typical high desert forest (scrub trees and some cacti species), Staff very friendly and helpful, willing to share information about the area. Considerable Elk scat seen during my 5 to 6 hours hiking with two labs, but no actual sightings (dog related?). However, many birds (raptors & scavengers) easily observed. Winds approximately 20-30 mph during my stay, but that is high desert, sometimes windy, sometimes not. Facilities clean, but not fancy; best suited for outdoors enjoyment rather than resort atmosphere. If in the area again I would stay here without a second thought.