Campaign Creek Loop

Apache Junction, Arizona

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The Campaign Creek Loop hike follows trails in the eastern Superstition Mountains, the highest section of the range. Hikers familiar with the Sonoran desert in the western Superstition Mountains will be surprised to find stands of ponderosa pine tucked away in the eastern section. Other attractions include a historic ranch site and an optional side hike to Mound Mountain, the highest summit in the Superstition Mountains. The road to the Campaign Trailhead receives little maintenance, and may be impassable during or after a major storm. Maximum group size 15 persons and maximum stay limit of 14 days.

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"The Campaign Creek Loop hike follows trails in the eastern Superstition Mountains, the highest section of the range. Hikers familiar with the Sonoran desert in the western Superstition Mountains will be surprised to find stands of ponderosa pine tucked away in the eastern section. Other attractions include a historic ranch site and an optional side hike to Mound Mountain, the highest summit in the Superstition Mountains.

The road to the Campaign Trailhead receives little maintenance, and may be impassable during or after a major storm. Maximum group size 15 persons and maximum stay limit of 14 days."

Activity Type: Backpacking, Hiking
Nearby City: Apache Junction
Distance: 29.9 miles
Elevation Gain: 5,820 feet
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 3 days
Season: Best October–November, April–May
Additional Use: Camping
Local Contacts: Mesa Ranger District, Tonto National Forest, 26 N. MacDonald, P.O. Box 5800, Mesa, Arizona 85211-5800, (480) 610-3300 www.fs.fed.us/r3/tonto
Local Maps: Two Bar Mountain, Haunted Canyon, Iron Mountain, Pinyon Mountain U.S.G.S., Superstition Wilderness U.S.F.S.
Driving Directions: Directions to Campaign Creek Loop

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May 2018