Campground and Campsite listings closest to Tuscon, Arizona
Casino De Sol - Tuscon, Arizona
Casino in Tuscon that allows campers overnight
Snyder Hill BLM - Tucson, Arizona
Free dry camping just off Highway 86 and S San Joaquin Rd. This is a little patch of BLM in the middle of major development. Nicer than you might expect. …
Desert Diamond Casino - Tucson, Arizona
very friendly Casino In Sahuarita AZ free overnight RV parking - black top boondocking. No tents!
Molino Basin - Tucson, Arizona
OverviewVisitors are drawn to Molino Campground for its group camping area, scenic mountain surroundings and hiking and mountain biking opportunities. While most other campgrounds in the Catalina Mountains are closed …
E Redington Rd - Santa Catalina Mountains - Tucson, Arizona
View of Tucson from atop the Santa Catalina mountains. Lots of 4x4 traffic and gun shots. There are tons of 4x4 trails on this road. There is also a shooting …
Bigelow Road - Santa Catalina Mountains - Mount Lemmon, Arizona
Free dispersed camping all along Bigelow Rd. No facilities but bathroom just down the road a piece if you want to jump in your car
Golder Ranch Road - Tucson, Arizona
On Arizona Land Trust Grazing Lands. Follow road towards foothills. Cross cattle guard and bear left about 1/2 mile to cattle pen. A permit is required to camp on Arizona …
Incinerator Ridge - Mount Lemmon, Arizona
Free Dispersed camping in the Coronado National Forest's Santa Catalina Ranger District. No reservations. First come, first served. This is a high elevation location.
Collosal Cave Mountain Park - Vail, Arizona
5 RV sites, 10 tent site. Water and pit toilet in tent site area. Concrete picnic tables, some shade in RV area, lots of shade in tent area. Gate locked …
Peppersauce Campground - Oracle, Arizona
$10/night A first come, first served campground in the Santa Catalina Ranger District of the Coronado National Forest. Elevation 4700'. Maximum trailer length is 22'. 17 back in sites. Boondocking/No hookups. …
W Manville Rd BLM - Tucson, Arizona
Free dry camping on BLM land just west of Saguaro National Park (and Tucson) in Pima County. Near ultralight Aviation Center. Directions: From I-10:Take exit 242 toward Avra Valley Rd (0.3 mi). …
Park Link BLM - Marana, Arizona
We found this camping spot after the local BLM office recommended this area for our sized camper. It is very secluded, but easy to access and has a decent Verizon …
White House Ruins - Green Valley, Arizona
The Whitehouse area is named for the nearby ruins of an old white adobe house built at the mouth of Madera Canyon in the 1880’s. Tables and charcoal grills here …
Madera Canyon - Proctor Rd - Green Valley, Arizona
Right before you enter Madera canyon, turn right on proctor Rd. There are 10 campsites generously spaced apart sights. We pulled our 20 ft travel trailer down this dirt Rd …
Bog Springs Campground - Green Valley, Arizona
Bog Springs offers some exceptional scenery, either right from your campsite or a short walk away. Many visitors unfamiliar with Arizona will be surprised by the high grasslands that climb …
Kentucky Camp - Sonoita, Arizona
Free Dispersed camping in the Coronado National Forest's Nogales Ranger District. First come -> first camped. No reservations are accepted.
Redfield Canyon - Willcox, Arizona
Free Dispersed camping in the Bureau of Land Management Safford District. First come -> first camped. No reservations are accepted.
Ironwood Forest NM Dispersed - Marana, Arizona
There are no developed campsites with facilities within the national monument. Visitors can pick their own campsite, but please camp at least 200 feet from water sources and use …
Las Cienegas NCA - Maternity Well Group - Sonoita, Arizona
This campsite is located within the Bureau of Land Management Tucson District.
Mt. Hopkins Rd - Green Valley, Arizona
A great place to camp, on BLM land. Between Tucson & Nogales, off I-19 freeway, use exit 48. Get on Frontage RD. (east side) and turn off on Elephant Head …
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