This group site is in a beautiful setting of mature ponderosa pine, oak and quaking aspen. The elevation at the campground is 6970 feet. Mogollon Rim Ranger District acknowledges with gratitude the donations and support extended by the Winslow Kiwanis Club in the development concept and construction of Moqui Group Campground.
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Group camping, hiking, sightseeing, wildlife viewing, photography
Moqui Group Campground is divided into three individual pods which can accommodate up to 50 people per pod. Facilities include potable water, garbage service, ground grills, large pedestal bar-b-que grills, picnic tables, horseshoe courts, amphitheater and restrooms.
Are required. Reservations may be made through the Happy Jack Information Center and are accepted by phone or in writing after January 1st each year.
Groups 10 - 50 people, 1 pod required: $50 per night Friday and Saturday Nights, $30 per night Sunday - Thursday
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Reviews of Mogui Group
Reviewed by Guest on July 15, 2009
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A great campground for groups. The spooner pod is the best for tent camping by far with lots of great, flat places. The other pods are better for RV's. I gave it a 4 because the fire ring is rather far from where you pitch your tent, but the grounds are very well kept. Clean bathrooms, and very nice camp hosts. The Arizona Trail runs right across the back for plenty of great trail hikes.
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