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Alamo Lake State Park
928- 669-2088 Alamo Lake State Park,
Wenden, AZ 85357
36 camping - 27 RV sites

Buckskin Mountain State Park
928 667-3231 - 5476 North US Hwy 95
Parker, AZ 85344

68 camping & RV sites - 21 cabana sites
Catalina State Park
520 -628-5798 - 11570 N. Oracle Rd - Tucson, AZ 85737
120 sites
Cattail Cove State Park
928 -855-1223
Lake Havasu City, AZ 86405
61 Camping - RV sites

Dead Horse Ranch State Park
928 -634-5283
675 Dead Horse Ranch Rd.
Cottonwood, AZ 86326

123 sites and 8 cabins
Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area
928 -537-3680 - 1500 N. Fool Hollow Lake Show Low, AZ 85901
123 sites
Homolovi State Park
928 -289-4106 Winslow, AZ 86047
Tent and RV sites
Kartchner Caverns State Park
520-586-4100 Benson, AZ 85602
Multiple full service sites
Cave tour nearby

Lake Havasu State Park
928 - 855-2784
699 London Bridge Road Lake Havasu, AZ 86403

45 non-electric sites

Lost Dutchman State Park
480 - 982-4485
6109 N. Apache Trail Apache Junction, AZ 85119

35 sites
Patagonia Lake State Park
520 - 287-6965
400 Patagonia Lake Rd Patagonia, AZ 85624
72 developed sites - 34 RV sites
Picacho Peak State Park
520-466-3183 Picacho, AZ 85141
2 group campsites
Riordan Mansion State Historic Park  
River Island Unit
5200 N. Highway 95 Parker, AZ 85344
37 campsites
Roper Lake State Park
101 E. Roper Lake Road Safford, AZ 85546
15 group camping - 45 sites - 8 cabins


State parks usually have the lowest rates.
Many offer Senior discounts. See the specific details for the park in which you are interested.

Primitive Camping means with a tent and no service like electricity and water. This is the cheapest way.
Not all parks offer this lower rate.

Camper / Motor home pull in sites can come with a variety of amenities. Rates vary depending if they are with and without services such as electrical hook-up, water, waste water dump and cable TV.

Cabins: When available rates often vary depending on location and the size of the cabin within the park.

Same thing applies as for cabins about location and size prices.

Dogs: Parks vary on this, but some welcome well behaved dogs. Some charge $15. per night for a dog to stay with you. You are always expected to clean up after your dog.

Some parks do not welcome dogs, and others prohibit them from certain areas such as buildings on site etc. Leash regulations often apply, as well.

Activities are usually based on the type of location.
The campground headquarters can provide you with information about campground activities and events.

Often there are lists and pamphlets for local tourist attractions there.

Most offer a beach or swimming pool or river. Canoeing or boating is often available.

Almost all have picnic areas and hiking trails.

For those that like golf, there are some campgrounds with a course nearby or in the park.