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Chiricahua National Monument
Public Campgrounds
Kartchner Caverns State Park Campground 60 RV and tent sites with water, electric hook-ups and dump station, $22 overnight Showers, flush toilets, hiking trails, cave, visitor center, gate closes at 6 pm, arrive by 5:30 pm
From Sierra Vista Coronado National Forest Sierra Vista Ranger District, (520) 378-0311
Lake View, Parker Canyon Lake, west of SV 65 tent and RV up to 32', $5 day use, $10 overnight

Open all year, boating & fishing, tables, drinking water
Carr Canyon

(May be closed because of bear sightings)

Huachuca Mountains, Coronado National Forest Sierra Vista Ranger District, (520) 378-0311
Ramsey Vista 8 tent and trailer up to 12', $10 birding, tables,scenic views
Reef Townsite 14 tent and trailer up to 12', $10 historic site, tables
From Willcox Chiricahua National Monument

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National Park Service, (520) 824-3560

Bonita Canyon 25 tent and RV up to 28', $12 overnight drinking water, scenic trails, hiking, visitor center
From Douglas Chiricahua Mountains, Coronado National Forest Douglas Ranger District, (520) 364-3468
Camp Rucker Rucker Canyon, 12 campsites, trailers up to 16', charge based on group size drinking water (summer), historic site, group camping
Cypress Park Rucker Canyon, 7 campsites, trailers up to 16', $7 overnight restrooms, tables
Bathtub Rucker Canyon, 11 campsites, free restrooms, tables
Rucker Lake Rucker Canyon, 8 campsites temporarily closed
Rucker Forest Rucker Canyon, 14 campsites, trailers up to 16', $7 overnight restrooms, nature trail, access to wilderness or primitive area
West Turkey Creek Turkey Creek, 7 campsites, trailers to 16', free restrooms, tables
Sycamore Turkey Creek, 5 campsites, free no trailers
From Portal Chiricahua Mountains, Coronado National Forest Douglas Ranger District, (520) 364-3468
Idlewild Cave Creek Canyon, 10 camping units temporarily closed
Stewart Cave Creek Canyon, 6 campsites, $10 overnight restrooms, tables, nature trail
South Fork Cave Creek Canyon, 4 campsites, $3 nature trail, access to wilderness or primitive area
Sunny Flat Cave Creek Canyon, 4 campsites, $10 overnight drinking water, nature trail, restrooms
John Hands Cave Creek Canyon, 6 campsites, free restrooms, no trailers, nature trail
Herb Martyr Cave Creek Canyon, 8 campsites, free restrooms, no trailers, nature trail, access to wilderness or primitive area
Pinery Canyon Pinery Canyon, 5 campsites, free tables
Rustler Park Pine Canyon, 25 campsites, $10 overnight drinking water (summer), nature trail, access to wilderness or primitive area
From Pearce Dragoon Mountains, Coronado National Forest Douglas Ranger District, (520) 364-3468
Cochise Stronghold West of Pearce-Sunsites, 20 campsites, $10 overnight drinking water, historic site, nature trail, hiking, climbing, wildlife viewing

Before you start, check out these safety tips from the Cochise County Sheriff's Office.

Photo: view of Chiricahua National Monument from Massai Point lookout
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Fire Danger
Please observe all warnings posted by the Forest Service.