Conveniently located near the greater Phoenix area, this park offers twinkling views of the city skyline at night, decent stargazing, and great hiking and recreational activities during the day. The park has a lot of day use areas, a playground, lots of hiking trails, a competitive racetrack for unmotorized vehicles, and of course, the campgrounds. There is a large, private group campground, along with Willow Campground which holds vehicles no longer than 16 feet. This campground caters more to tents and small Class B vans or small teardrop trailers. The Family Campground is better suited for traditionalmotorhomes and trailers over 16 feet. Willow campground offers no hookups, but does have restrooms, showers and a dishwashing station in the loop. Family Campground offers electric and water hookups at all of its sites, along with restrooms. Sites in Family Campground are graded, faily level, and all offer views of the surrounding mountains. Sites also have picnic tables and fire pits. Camphosts will take care of any of your needs in all camps. The thing I loved most about camping here was how removed the campgrounds were from the day use areas, the views, and the great hiking back into the canyons.
Best Sites: All
Poor Sites: 28 in Family Campground
Hookups: Electric & Water in Family Campground
Potable Water: Yes
Dump Within Facility: Yes