Located in scenic Burro Creek, this small campground has nice sites alongside the creek, with a small trail leading down to the water.
Camping, hiking, wilderness exploration, swimming, fishing, nature viewing, interpretive desert garden, off-roading nearby, picknicking, spring wildflower photography.
Sites are level for RV's and tent campers. Most sites have table, trash can, fire ring with grill. There are restrooms with flush toilets and sinks, drinking water available as well.
Reservations for group site only 928-718-3700
$10 per night
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Great spot, whether you are just passing through or you come here on purpose to enjoy magnificent desert scenery. Located at the bottom of Burro Creek Canyon, there's a year round stream that flows through, and sort of a dam that blocks the water, where I have been swimming during summer! Great sites, with enough amenities to make one comfortable- flush toilets, sinks, water, etc. Beautiful scenery, and a great jumping off point for off roaders and explorers! Usually not crowded, this is a desert gem of a campground!
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