1 Park near Lukeville, Arizona
We did however find 1 campgrounds within 25 miles of Lukeville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Lukeville in the left hand column.
Feb 2017 - $8.00
We were here in 2014 at the same time of year. This Park has become much more popular. There was still plenty of room in the CG but it seemed more sites were filled. One of the reasons this place as become more crowded is they got a new superintendent who has opened up the whole Park. Most of it was closed in early 2014. Note on the rate it was on the Federal Geezer card. The solar showers were not ice cold. They had good pressure and felt great after a day out tromping around in the desert. These CG were built in 1938 and they were built with foresight. We were in one of the shorter sites and you could fit a 45' coach and a normal size Toad without any problem. The only issue I had was with the slope of the site. We have a 36' coach and height difference was 7.5" between center of front and rear axles and 2' from the front step to the ground. We have an air bag suspension and it maxed out but did level. I ended up putting 3" of lift under the front tires to make life easier. The generator hours are 8-10 am and 4-6 pm. Unless the temps are in the 90's and they will let you run them during the day also. They have water and dump site (2) and the water doesn't taste too bad, better than some we have had in Ajo. They don't have a fire ring but do have a bbq grill. The staff is friendly and the place is spotless. We'll be back. - pumper9x9
Jan 2017 - $8.00
I always look at campgrounds in Google satellite view, but sat view does not do this park justice. It looks like a huge flat parking lot, but it is somewhat hilly, and there are enough Ocotillo, Saguaro, and Organ Pipe Cactus to provide at least some privacy and make each site unique and interesting. The tent sites are gravel, but all RV sites are pull-through flat concrete. Each has a table and grill, but no fire rings/pits, since ground fires are not allowed. The outermost row is for tents only, then 3 no-generator rows. If avoiding the 4-6 PM generator noise is important, ask for the farthest row from generators. (Sound carries here, so generators can be very annoying, especially when one just wants to sit quietly and watch the sunset.) The surrounding mountains and hills are beautiful, especially when illuminated by the setting sun. The east side of the park has great views of the valley and mountains behind, so the perimeter sites (east end of each row) are popular. The perimeter sites on the west end will have unobstructed sunset views, but the clear desert sky at sunset isn't as impressive as the eastern mountains reflecting the setting sunlight, so we prefer the east end. This place is a star gazers paradise, but the bathroom lights are pretty bright, so keep that in mind when selecting a site. The campground is only five miles from the Mexican border, and while there are posted signs warning of smugglers and illegal immigrants, the rangers we talked to said there is never a problem for campers, and the strong Border Patrol presence keeps things in check. The staff here are very friendly and helpful. Verizon signal is strong. Provision before heading down, as there is nothing nearby! - Libre RV
Jan 2017 - $8.00
I stayed for 3 nights in the non-generator section. If you dislike generator noise as much as I do, you'll want to get as close to the tent section as possible. They have a presentation from one of the rangers nearly every night. I didn't try the solar shower, because it was cold and not a lot of sun at the time. All in all, this is one of the nicest "primitive" campgrounds I've stayed at. I only knocked off a point because of some minor leveling problems. - Rover Travels