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Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $22.00
Beautiful campground, but needing some attention. With NPS Senior discount a non-electric site is $9 and electric (reservation only) is $11. 14 days in 30 max stay is enforced. One of the few campgrounds in Northern AZ that has some electric hookups, about 25 of the 120 sites have 30A connections. All sites with electricity are by reservation only. About half of the sites are walk-in, but in peak season getting there from Sunday - Wednesday is best. Additional fees for showers coming soon, and dump station fee now is $7 even for registered campers. Water supply was full of dirt and rust particles, so filter anything you put in your tanks; well is failing and is supposed to be replaced. Single shower building has M & W showers and flush toilets. Otherwise pit toilets are available reasonably close to sites. Ice and firewood can be purchased, and hosts were willing to drop it off at your site. Fairly close to several fishing lakes and lots of other NFS campgrounds close by and distributed campsites in the forest. Ranger talks and walks at least weekly in peak season. Nice trail to Sink Hole and can continue on to the edge of the Rim for breathtaking views. We camped at Canyon Point Campground (USFS) in a Fifth Wheel.
Stock up first at Payson (60 mi RT) or Heber (40 mi RT) but there are a couple of country stores 2 - 4 miles out. Good fishing in several Trout stocked lakes nearby. Lots of hiking, biking and OHV opportunities. Strong Verizon 4G coverage in campground, but spotty elsewhere due to peaks and valleys.
Date of Stay: May, 2010 - $24.00
This is a nice Sitgreaves National Forest campground. It’s set in a ponderosa pine forest on the Mogollon Rim, with easy access from Highway 260. The person who checked us in was friendly. All loops and sites are paved. Some sites can be reserved. Some sites have electric (no water or sewer hookups). Fresh water and dump stations are near the campground entrance. Each site has a fire ring/grill combo and a picnic table. There are plenty of tall pines, shade, and ample room between sites. The shower building has private restroom/shower areas with their own outside door. This building is near the campground entrance. The water saving feature for the shower is the type where you push a button. Water flows only while holding the button in. Someone mentioned the showers were coin operated. When we visited, it did not require coins. Bathrooms here had flush toilets. Vault toilets are scattered conveniently throughout the rest of the campground. Two hiking trails start from within the campground. The one we took went through the forest to a sinkhole. We understand the other trail goes to the edge of the rim. We will try that on our next trip. We will definitely be staying here again. We camped at Canyon Point Campground (USFS) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2010 - $14.00
Beautiful USFS campground surrounded by pine forest. Large, well spaced, paved sites. Some sites have electrical hookups. No water hookups, but water throughout campground. Dump, restrooms and showers. Very well maintained and quiet. Lots of nice walking trails. Short drive to lakes. Rate was with National Parks Senior Pass. Recommend reservations in summer ($9 fee). We camped at Canyon Point Campground (USFS) in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2009 - $15.00
National Forest Service park with electric! Real camping (in comfort). Level sites in the heart of pine and Aspen trees. A super, quiet, restful get-away. Only 4 pull through sites long enough for our 57'. We camped at Canyon Point Campground (USFS) in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2009 - $18.00
This is a USFS Camp. Near Forest Lakes, AZ. Loop A offers 30 amp electric sites. No water connection but drinking water available near dump station. Very well maintained sites and restroom/showers. We stayed using our Intra Agency Senior Pass. Big pine trees and paved roads in the park. Payson, AZ is 40 miles west on highway 260. Fishing and lakes nearby. We camped at Canyon Point Campground (USFS) in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Stock up first at Payson (60 mi RT) or Heber (40 mi RT) but there are a couple of country stores 2 - 4 miles out. Good fishing in several Trout stocked lakes nearby. Lots of hiking, biking and OHV opportunities. Strong Verizon 4G coverage in campground, but spotty elsewhere due to peaks and valleys.JnKnD • February 2015
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