How far in advance can you book Arizona State Parks?
Reservations can be made up to 365 days in advance and a minimum of one day in advance. A reservation fee of $5.00 per site is required, and is non-refundable. Two night minimum stay during peak season weekends. 14 nights maximum stay length (extend at discretion of the Park Manager).
How do I reserve a campsite in Arizona?
It’s so easy to plan your trip, just reserve a spot and go! Simply click the reservation button below the park you would like to visit, or contact the Reservation Call Center at 1-877-MY-PARKS (697-2757).
How do I reserve a camping spot?
- Book online 24/7.
- Call the National Parks Contact Centre on 1300 072 757.
Is Catalina State Park open for camping?
Campgrounds are open all year.
Where can I camp for free in Arizona?
Where to Find Free Camping in Arizona
- Kofa National Wildlife Refuge—Quartzsite, AZ.
- Stateline Campground—Vermillion Cliffs, AZ.
- Scadden Wash BLM Dispersed Camping Area—Quartzite, AZ.
- Fourmile Canyon Campground—Aravaipa Canyon, AZ.
- Clark Peak Corrals—Coronado National Forest, AZ.
Do you need a reservation for Slide Rock?
Ramadas may be reserved for $75 a piece; plus a $5 non-refundable reservation fee. Contact the park for further information or to make reservations for the designated months. Charcoal fires are permitted in designated grills only. No wood fires allowed in grills.
Is camping allowed in AZ?
BLM land is open for camping everywhere in Arizona. Most trails remain open year-round, and maintenance is minimal. There are thousands of miles of access routes, all of which provide great campsites and numerous recreational opportunities. Dispersed camping is allowed anywhere on BLM land with no permit or fees.
Can you just turn up at campsites?
If it’s just a simple tent with no electric hookup, probably OK to just turn up.,if it’s a camping pod or caravan/camper van I would definitely book. It’s in the middle of nowhere so only alternative would be wild camping if it’s fully booked! Not so critical for tents as there is a large amount of grassy camping area.
Is national park reservations legit?
National Park Reservations is a reservation service providing lodging and activity reservations. National Park Reservations is not an authorized concessionaire of any National Park nor are we in any way affiliated with the National Park Service of the Federal Government.
Has anyone died at Slide Rock?
Authorities said 10-year-old Baigen Walker and 22-year-old Paris Walkup were also killed in the rock slide.
Is Boondocking legal in Arizona?
You can still enjoy great boondocking in the areas just below the mountain. These areas are controlled by the Coronado National Forest and Bureau of Land Management, so boondocking is most certainly allowed! We ventured out to Mount Graham back in April. There is an abundance of places to set up camp along AZ-266.