Campgrounds in Arizona & Nevada during our travels in April 2014:
- Chiricahua National Monument - Bonita Canyon Campground, AZ
- Queen Mine RV Park, AZ
- Sonoita Winery, AZ
- Patagonia Lake State Park, AZ
- Cave Creek Regional Park, AZ
- Burro Creek Campground, AZ
- Lake Mead National Recreation Ar...
"Not one of our faves, most campsites in the campground were vacant, but we got the impression that the place was heavily used on the weekends. Good for a one nighter."
"From this small BLM campground we could watch the blue herons feeding their fledglings in the nests on the cliffs across from our site. A very peaceful place."
This county/regional park is in an urban setting north of Phoenix. Convenient to city life, but with a country feel. Great hiking opportunities right from the park.
Top Photo: You just can't beat those Arizona sunsets.
"A great Harvest Hosts stop at Sonoita Vineyards. We had a very peaceful night perched up behind the winery with incredible views."
"Our stay at this very popular state park was way too brief because we couldn’t get our site through the weekend. we hiked from the campground and kayaked from our site."
Top Photo: A pleasant sitting area at the RV park with view into the old mine.
Rather unique RV park located on the edge of Queen Mine, and easy walking distance to town’s shops and restaurants. Lot of mining history found here.