Bonita Canyon Campground, AZ Campground Reservation, Info, Images, Map, Directions

Bonita Canyon Campground, Arizona Campground Images, Info & Reservations

Listen

Directions

Chiricahua National Monument is 45 minutes southeast of Willcox and 2 hours southeast of Tucson, AZ. From I-10 east 1. Take exit 336 toward Willcox for 4 miles. 2. Turn left onto Arizona 186 E (E Maley Street) for 31 miles. 3. Turn left onto Arizona 181 E for 4 miles. 4. Veer left onto E Bonita Canyon Road and into Chiricahua National Monument. The campground is 2.5 miles ahead on your left. From I-10 west 1. Take exit 344 toward Willcox. 2. Continue on N Haskell Ave for 5 miles. 3. Turn right onto Arizona 186 E (E Maley Street) for 31 miles. 3. Turn left onto Arizona 181 E for 4 miles. 4. Veer left onto E Bonita Canyon Road and into Chiricahua National Monument. The campground is 2.5 miles ahead on your left.

Phone

520-824-3560

Activities

HISTORIC & CULTURAL SITE, CAMPING, HIKING, PICNICKING, VISITOR CENTER, WILDERNESS, DAY USE AREA, PHOTOGRAPHY, STAR GAZING, BIRDING, SCENIC DRIVE

Keywords

Chiricahua National Monument Campground,Bonita Campground,Chiricahua Campground

Related Link(s)

Rec Area Info & Images

Arizona State Tourism

Arizona State Road Conditions

Overview

Bonita Canyon Campground is located in Chiricahua National Monument, known as the “Wonderland of Rocks.” Visitors love Chiricahua for its stunning rock columns (hoodoos), hiking trails, and birding opportunities.

Recreation

Chiricahua National Monument offers over 17 miles of hiking trails; a complimentary shuttle is available to transport hikers to several trailheads each morning. Birders frequent Chiricahua for the diversity of species that reside in or migrate through the area. The park also offers sweeping views of the surrounding valleys and ranges which make for stunning photography opportunities.

Facilities

Originally built by the young men of the Civilian Conservation Corps, there are 25 basic sites and one larger group site available at Bonita Canyon Campground. Flush toilets and potable water are provided (no filling of water tanks) and all campers have access to food storage lockers. All sites have a picnic table, grill, tent pad, and the group site has fire pit. Utility hookups are not provided, with the exception of one site reserved for ADA access that has electricity available for medical use. No dump station. Sites are narrow and will not accommodate side by side parking. Be sure length of campsite is long enough for both your trailer and vehicle. Some sites are difficult to back into due to sharp angles. Although most trails are open to horseback riding, there isn’t any overnight camping for horses and horsetrailers. See the Coronado National Forest. no hanging of hammocks or any items from trees or other vegetation. Quiet hours are from 8 pm to 8 am; no generator use is permitted during quiet hours.

Natural Features

Set in a pine and oak forest, Bonita Canyon Campground provides an atmosphere of relaxation. Most campsites are well shaded, and have a good view of the creekbed (usually dry) that runs through the campground.

Nearby Attractions

The park contains an historic district, and offers tours of Faraway Ranch, a 1900s guest ranch. The visitor center is open daily, closed December 25, and provides interactive exhibits about the cultural and natural history of the park, plus a Western National Parks Association store. For more information about the park, visit www.nps.gov/chir .

Charges & Cancellations

The Group Tent Site is available to groups of 8-24 people. The minimum fee per night is $24 and the maximum fee per night is $72.

Reservation

More from CampingHiking.net:

RACETRACK CABIN, Montana Campground Images, Info & Reservations

Listen Directions Attention: The road to Racetrack Cabin is impassable to 2 wheel drive vehicles, you must have a high cleareance 4×4 vehicle. This is an extremely rough and rutted road. Do not even attempt this drive unless you’re experienced with primitive forest roads. Allow yourself at least 30 minutes

BEAUTY CREEK CAMPGROUND, Idaho Campground Images, Info & Reservations

Listen Directions From Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, go east on I-90 to exit 22, then turn south on ID-97. Drive 2.5 miles to Forest Road 438 and turn left. Go one mile and look for signs. Phone 435-245-6521 Activities BIKING, BOATING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, WATER SPORTS, SWIMMING SITE, MOUNTAIN BIKING, KAYAKING,

WARM SPRINGS REC AREA, California Campground Images, Info & Reservations

Listen Directions Take Highway 101 to Healdsburg and exit on Dry Creek Road. Travel west another 11 miles to park boundary. Watch the road signs and make a left turn across from the visitor center to reach the Warm Springs Recreation Area. Phone 707-431-4533 Activities CAMPING Keywords WASP,LAKE SONOMA,LAKE SONOMA,Warm

ALBERT MOSER, Idaho Campground Images, Info & Reservations

Listen Directions From Preston, Idaho, head approximately 3 miles south on U.S. Highway 91. Turn east on Cub River Road (Forest Road 406). Proceed to the Cache National Forest Boundary. Campground is found just inside the boundary on Forest Road 406. The facility is approximately mile 7 on Cub River