Camping Arizona Guide Book

by Bruce Grubbs (Falcon Guides)
Camping Arizona  by Bruce Grubbs

ISBN: 0762734132

Featuring detailed descriptions of more than 150 public campgrounds, this guide is an ideal companion for tourists and locals alike. It is divided into seven geographic sections. The sections are further broken down into specific destination areas. Maps and quick reference tables are keyed to each area to help you pick a site that will meet all your needs. With vital information on location, activities, road conditions, facilities, and even helpful phone numbers and website addresses, this book is the best resource for Arizona campgrounds.

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Trails from the "Camping Arizona" Guide Book
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... Preview: The highest of the High Country stretches across the White Mountains, from the town of Springerville to the hamlet of Alpine near the New Mexico border, and south along the famous Coronado Trail to th ... From the guidebook "Camping Arizona"
Alpine, AZ - Campgrounds - Trail Length:
... Preview: Douglas (in the southeastern corner of the state on the Mexican border) Willcox to the north, and Bisbee to the west frame several sky island mountain ranges with plenty of camping and recreational ac ... From the guidebook "Camping Arizona"
Douglas, AZ - Campgrounds - Trail Length:
... Preview: The largest city in northern Arizona, Flagstaff has a full range of visitor services, as well as cultural events and museums. Spend some time at the Museum of Northern Arizona to learn more about the ... From the guidebook "Camping Arizona"
Flagstaff, AZ - Campgrounds - Trail Length:
... Preview: North and west of the small city of Globe is an incredible variety of country, ranging from Sonoran desert to pine-forested mountains. The Four Peaks, Superstition, Sierra Ancha, Salome, and Salt Rive ... From the guidebook "Camping Arizona"
Globe, AZ - Campgrounds - Trail Length:
... Preview: North Rim country is also known as the Arizona Strip, because of its isolation from the rest of Arizona. It often seems more a part of Utah than Arizona. Get just a mile or so away from the busy freew ... From the guidebook "Camping Arizona"
Fredonia, AZ - Campgrounds - Trail Length:
... Preview: Grand Canyon’s South Rim is by far the more accessible and popular of the two rims, and campground spaces are hard to come by during the summer. A good alternative is to stay in one of the campgrounds ... From the guidebook "Camping Arizona"
Tusayan, AZ - Campgrounds - Trail Length:
... Preview: Indian Country is a vast and colorful land, a part of the Colorado Plateau bordered on the north by Lake Powell and the San Juan River, on the west by Grand Canyon, on the east by New Mexico, and on t ... From the guidebook "Camping Arizona"
Kayenta, AZ - Campgrounds - Trail Length:
... Preview: Kingman, on Interstate 40 and historic Route 66, is the jumping off point for the northern portion of River Country. When the Colorado River leaves the Grand Canyon at the Grand Wash Cliffs, it’s impo ... From the guidebook "Camping Arizona"
Kingman, AZ - Campgrounds - Trail Length:
... Preview: Lake Havasu is famous as the site of London Bridge, but there is more to this central section of River Country than transplanted bridges. The upper end of the lake is in Havasu National Wildlife Refug ... From the guidebook "Camping Arizona"
Lake Havasu City, AZ - Campgrounds - Trail Length:
... Preview: Nogales is best known as the entrance to Mexico and the city of Nogales, Sonora. But campers and recreationists have opportunities here, too. The beautiful grass and oak uplands of the Atacosa Mountai ... From the guidebook "Camping Arizona"
Nogales, AZ - Campgrounds - Trail Length:
... Preview: Just an hour-and-a-half drive from Phoenix, the Payson area is a popular summer retreat. The Mazatzal Wilderness, one of the largest in the state, bounds the area on the west. Containing the northern ... From the guidebook "Camping Arizona"
Payson, AZ - Campgrounds - Trail Length:
... Preview: Phoenix and its sister cities in the Valley of the Sun are home to more than two million people, more than half the state’s population. With such an urban concentration, it is hard to believe there ar ... From the guidebook "Camping Arizona"
Phoenix, AZ - Campgrounds - Trail Length:
... Preview: Central Arizona is a land of rugged, pine-forested mountains with a colorful history. The city of Prescott was the territorial capitol before Arizona became a state in 1912, and still has a flavor of ... From the guidebook "Camping Arizona"
Prescott, AZ - Campgrounds - Trail Length:
... Preview: Safford is the center of a thriving ranching community along the Gila River Valley. Towering above the valley, the Pinaleno Mountains and several smaller ranges are the recreational center of the area ... From the guidebook "Camping Arizona"
Safford, AZ - Campgrounds - Trail Length:
... Preview: Show Low and its close neighbor, Pinetop-Lakeside, are located at the eastern end of the central Mogollon Rim in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest. Both towns have become very popular summer retre ... From the guidebook "Camping Arizona"
Show Low, AZ - Campgrounds - Trail Length:
... Preview: Sierra Vista is a retirement and military community at the base of the Huachuca Mountains. Nearby Fort Huachuca was originally established as an army post during the Apache wars, and now serves as a t ... From the guidebook "Camping Arizona"
Sierra Vista, AZ - Campgrounds - Trail Length:
... Preview: Still known as the Old Pueblo, the city of Tucson is the cultural center of southeastern Arizona. This desert city is surrounded by bold mountains that rise dramatically from the beautiful Sonoran des ... From the guidebook "Camping Arizona"
Tucson, AZ - Campgrounds - Trail Length:
... Preview: Named by Spanish explorers in the 1540s, the Verde Valley’s defining natural feature is the Verde River. Native Americans thrived in the area long before the Europeans arrived, as evidenced by numerou ... From the guidebook "Camping Arizona"
Cottonwood, AZ - Campgrounds - Trail Length:
... Preview: The town of Williams, “Gateway to the Grand Canyon,” was named for mountain man Bill Williams. Its Western heritage is evident along its historic main street. Located on the high, cool Coconino Platea ... From the guidebook "Camping Arizona"
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