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Canyon Point Campground

State Highway 260, Forest Lakes, AZ

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Canyon Point Campground is a state campground within the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest that is really a pretty nice campground surrounded by tall pines that provide lots of shade. Asphalt roads, pretty level pads, camping for RV and camping trailers with or without power and plenty of ground within the trees for tents. No sewer hook ups. Some sites are back-in, some are drive-through. 20 First Come, First Serve sites. There are also group sites. Pit toilets throughout, but there are nice restroom/shower facilities near the front entrance. Also the most trash dumpsters I ever seen in one campground. Two dump stations. They offer ice. No propane, although I did see a propane truck drove through the campground. The campgrounds are mostly very quiet, except the occasional usual background noise. There are walking trails outside the campground and still within the pines. You just have to watch for wildlife like birds, squirrels, elk, and bears. You can make reservations and use your Senior Pass.
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Spent 3 days here tent camping. Facilities (campsite, bathrooms, showers and personnel) all clean and organized. Two issues we wished were different: 1) They have a policy where bathrooms with sinks/showers do not open till 8am. We found this too late on 2 out of the 3 days we were there. They should change the policy to 7am as people need to be off doing other activities (hiking, boating, fishing etc.). Not being able to use a sink or shower till 8am is too late. 7am would more reasonable. 2) As tenters we don't have access to a sink for running water or to do dishes. Most campsites we have been to in the past have running water at each site if not they have running water nearby with a sink where you can do dishes etc. At canyon point water was not available at the site but within a block or two of most campsites. However they have a notice at the water spigots that you cannot wash dishes there. That too would be fine if there was a designated area which you could wash dishes such as at the showers (for instance have a large slop sink or two). It made it very uncomfortable to get water and do dishes. Bottom line for both of these issues is the campground is too laser focused on the RV'ers and has lost site of what tenters need (access to water & an area to do dishes). As a helpful hint we stayed in loop A which is likelier noisier than loop B (loop A is closer to HWY 260). There is constant road noise with occasional truckers using their air brakes which woke us up a few times a night.
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excellent sites not on top each other in the pines, showers are clean and the facilities are great! I'm not a fan of Pit toilets but these weren't real bad! the only draw back I had was the Elevation, made it hard breathing for me most folks it won't bother! definitely would recommend .
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There are only a few reviews on this place, I thought more info may be helpful. This is a gorgeous campground! Asphalt roads and site pads, huge sites with plenty of room between you and your neighbor, all among the pine trees. That being said...this is still a campground, not an RV resort. With just over 100 sites of varying sizes. 1/2 of them are available thru reservations, the other 1/2 are first come, first serve (you cannot "save" sites for others). There are approximately 30 sites with electric only (30 amp), all under the reservation system. Those are high demand, you can reserve a minimum of 4 days to a maximum of 6 months in advance for single sites (1 year for group sites). Potable water and dump station at the entrance. No need to haul water up the Rim. Showers and flushable toilets close to the entrance have operating hours, closed overnight. There are vault toilets and water spigots throughout the campground. Note: vault toilet ventilation systems are designed to work with the lid closed. If you don't want them to stink, ensure the lid stays closed. It currently costs a $10 fee when you make a reservation. But if you want to ensure an availability, spend it. A standard site allows up to 8 people. The fee you pay is for the FIRST camping unit on site. Additional vehicles over the first one are an additional charge. Remember this is a US Forest Service Fee Area. You have to purchase a day pass if you are entering the campground for day use. If you have a National Parks Senior or Access Pass, it will save you money on YOUR site rental. Ensure you have it with you. Lastly, these are beautiful public lands. Leave them better than you found them!
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Ładny kemping otoczeniu wysokich zacienione drzewami, który zawiera duży zbiór betonu piknik, grill i miejsce na ognisko. Liczne - House typ toalety withpumping wody bateria, w pobliżu. Flushable toalety i prysznice w pobliżu głównego wejścia. Łazienki były czyste, łazienkę z prysznicem i każdego pokoju jest umywalka, WC, ławce, i ciepłą wodą! Było wiele innych kryzysowych sytuacjach, ale każdy jest świetnie rozplanowany ładnie gdzie trzeba było prywatność. wybrukowane drogi przez cały obóz ziemi. Personel bardzo przyjemny, przyjazny i łatwy do pracy. To był przyjemny pobyt withno problemów.
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