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3 RV Parks near Nogales, Arizona
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Nogales. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Nogales in the left hand column.
Mar 2018 - $30.00
This is a popular state park in the Southern part of Arizona. We made reservations to stay in the park two months in advance. The campground was full during the four days we stayed here. The sites are paved and kept clean by park rangers and a few volunteers. Each site requires some leveling. There is a store at the lake that carries a few essentials for visitors to the park. The park ranges we talked to were very polite and helpful. There is some construction at the park that causes some noise during the week. The park is adding cabins for use by visitors to the park ($65 - $70 per night). The cabins are at the East end of the park and on the hill side, with great views of the lake. - Outwest63
Mar 2018 - $30.00
Nice Campground - RV sites have water/electric and the site we stayed in (71) was nice and level. Downside is that it is a crowded and busy park. Fire-ring at this site is oddly located and not very usable because of this. Campsites are close, no more than 15 yards or so to the nearest neighbor, but people were quiet and well-behaved. Maybe that was because of the extraordinary law enforcement presence. Facilities are nice, clean and well-lit, access roads are paved and sufficiently wide. Ranger will not let you line up along road to dump station, you loop around the campground store parking lot and wait across the road. Seems a bit off that there is no signage indicating this - we lined up behind the guy waiting and the ranger stopped and told us where to stage. It's not a problem, the parking lot is big and easy to navigate. Good birding opportunities if that is what you are into, also good fishing from what I hear. There is a small marina in a pretty cove with a cool arched footbridge over the channel, there is also a camp store, but we did not visit it. It appears that they are building cabins - providing another option for staying here, and extending possibly another camping loop along the lake. I would visit this lake again, but definitely make reservations way ahead of time. - Seagrace
Feb 2018 - $45.00
Just water and electric at sites, but the park has a dump station. They are doing remodeling and upgrading parts of the park. Quite a few of the sites are small so check that carefully. Only a few have a view of the lake. It is a birding area, with lots of trails. The tour of the lake is worthwhile. - MCTexas
Apr 2018 - $31.00
Looks more than a little run-down, but we actually liked our 3-day stay here. Host was available by phone but off premises and took 20 minutes to show up. Large area without cactus to walk dogs off-leash when the longhorns were not grazing. We had a pull-thru site with picnic table and concrete slab and enjoyed ourselves. Many sites were empty while the Patagonia Lake Park RV sites were full. Close to town. I especially appreciated being to run my dogs off-leash. Some shaded pull-through sites were available. We will probably stay there again if we visit Patagonia in the future. - Jack Saunders
Feb 2018 - $25.00
Owner managed park, very accomodating to our needs. lots to see and do in the area. Havelinas roam in the evening. Patagonia is a fun place to hang out, it has a flavor of the old West. - midnightpumpkin
Apr 2017 - $35.00
Very quiet, not crowded at time of our visit. Close to town. Owner/Manager friendly but office hours sort of irregular. Nice laundry facilities available. - jtst
Mar 2018 - $25.00
More or less a large open area of land with trees around the fence perimeter. There is a nice walking path that is graded for dogs. This is a very rustic campground, sites are dirt and located around the property. Not all sites have power. 50A needs to hookup near the barn. Owner/host is extremely nice and accommodating - let us check out late, giving us a chance to walk into town, a short half-mile walk across the tracks and river to visit the historic Presidio and church. Town is small and oriented toward art studios and shops. Lot's of Arizona history all around. - Seagrace