Catalina State Park | Established Campground

United States


7 months ago
833.0 masl


Yes - At Sites
Running Water
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Campground in beautiful park close to Tucson. $25 for non-electrical, $35 for electrical sites (these prices include the $5 "reservation fee" which is required even if you're just driving up.) Clean and quiet. Great hikes in the area, although limited trails allow dogs. Walmart across the street.

3G Verizon coverage. 2-3 bars Tmobile 4-5G


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Gorgeous Mountain Views. We had fun watching the wildlife. Affordable water electric hook ups with dump station. This is the second time we’ve camped here. Shopping just across the road if you need anything.

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Showers and bathrooms were very nice - some of the best we've experienced. Clean and great water pressure for the shower. The camp sites are a little close together. Nice to have our own water and electric for $38.

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I don't like camping here.Its crowded , the showers are cold and expansive .

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Beautiful, clean park, lots of hiking, close to Walmart. I think the electric, water sites are not overpriced at $35 but the dry sites are at $25. Very hard to get into in the winter unless you check the website all the time for cancellations. 2-3 Tmobile bars

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Group camping area. Rugs are pretty close together in a big dirt circle. No hookups. It’s pretty quiet considering how close together we are. Lots of hiking and mountain biking within walking distance. Can hear the coyotes at night. Very dark, so stars are bright

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Rolled up at 2pm on a Sunday and there were only 4 sites open in the overflow area for a single night stay! (Not a holiday weekend or anything)
Non-electric sites are now $25 ($20 for the site +$5 "reservation fee" which you are charged even if you are getting a site at the park on the day-of.)
Overflow campground ("Ringtail campground") is basically a dirt parking area with tables and fire rings around the edges. Everyone's very close together. Some sites are better than others but none are great.

Overall: beautiful park, overpriced camping.

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State Park campground of the luxury kind. Most sites with p+w, flush toilets, hot showers. Nice scenery. Hopefully quiet in the night....

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Awesome place $30 a night for electric and water plus dump with showers restroom and laundry all in walking distance of the spots. They have camping spots as well as rv spots back up and pull through.

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The overflow loop has non-electric sites for 15 dollars.
Beware of rainfall, the wash you have to cross when heading to the campground was flooded after we arrived and for a day we could not leave the campground by road. A big machine had to remove the tons of sand and mud from the road.
Hot showers are great. T-mobile LTE just reaches to the overflow loop.

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Beautiful Mountain Views, very well kept, clean with water and electric at each site. There is a dump station on the way out. We saw a repile exhibit while here.

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20usd now, 30usd with power. limited number of spots without power

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Excellent campground cliose to Tucson. $15 for non- electrical $25 for electrical sites. Very clean and quiet. Great hikes in the area, although limited trails allow dogs.

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