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Make no mistake, we love to hike as a family. No matter where we travel, we want to hike something - a beach, a mountain, anything in between. So when we were visiting my brother, who lives in Phoenix, we just had to go to...More
This park is well known for flowers in the spring. But I came in the summer and it was 106 degrees. I really didn't want to hike in that weather. I thought, because of the name, that there might be a museum or visitor's center,...More
Took this trip with the AZ State Park Family Camping Program which is EXCELLENT! This is a great time of year to see this place. It is still hot, but not unbearable. There are many trails to hike and if you attend this trip with...More
We preferred the 'primitive' loops (no ele/water).
During our 10-day stay we were required to change sites from #78 in the newer loop with water/ele to a primitive site with just table/pit/grill.
Primitive sites are much more private & spacious, newer loop and mostly p/t...More
Since I like to hike on a regular basis in the winter months, I bought a season pass to this park. There are several trails at this park with varying degrees of difficulty. I particularly like the Treasure Loop trail, which is roughly 3 miles...More
Stayed there for 3 days in a tent. Definitely gets hot during the day, but was cool enough at night to be able to sleep comfortably. Most people had trailers, which the camp sites provide water and power, so definitely the way to go if...More
Response from SuzJim2014 | Reviewed this property |
In the park, roads are paved. Driving past the park there are side roads and hiking trails that are not paved. The Apache Trail continues on to canyon lake, apache lake and to Roosevelt lake too. The pavement ends along... More
In the park, roads are paved. Driving past the park there are side roads and hiking trails that are not paved. The Apache Trail continues on to canyon lake, apache lake and to Roosevelt lake too. The pavement ends along the way, but the road is not bad for vehicles under 30 ft. Lovely drive. Wonderful area.