Tonto Creek Trail 55 Plus RV Park

170 Tonto Creek Trail, Tonto Basin, AZ 85553 United States
Phone: (928) 978-1904
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Regular Rate(s): $30.00
Passport America Rate(s): $15.00
Latitude: 33.849831
Longitude: -111.308911

  • PetsWelcome
  • ATV
  • BackIns
  • LaundryFacilities
  • FullHookups
  • Store
  • Clubhouse
  • 20AmpService
  • Gas
  • Fishing
  • 30AmpService
  • 50AmpService
  • Hiking
  • Horseshoes

85 RV sites (35ft x 50ft) with patios (7ft x 24ft) and all full hookups. 20/30/50 amp, back ins, laundry, club house, library, activity center, store, gas, fishing, fish cleaning station, putting green, bocce ball, hiking, horseshoes, ATV, and pet run. Located near Roosevelt Lake.
Important Campground Notes
PA is valid once per month, Monday through Thursday for 3 nights. No reservations-please call for availability. Motorhomes, travel trailers, and 5th Wheels are accepted if in good condition. No tents, pop-up campers, or van/bus conversions. Cash or check only. Friendly pets welcome.
Located 32 mi from Payson and 87 mi from Phoenix. Located on corner of SR188 & Tonto Creek Trail in Tonto Basin. From Payson take SR87 S to SR188, then take a L (E) on SR188 & go 15mi. Turn L on Tonto Creek Trail & enter park on L. From Phoenix take Loop 202 E to EX 13. Turn L on SR87 going N towards Payson for 56.5mi, then take R (E) on SR188 and go 15 mi. Turn L on Tonto Creek Trail & enter park on L. From Globe take SR188 for 46 miles. Turn R on Tonto Creek Trail & enter park on L.

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This park is very quiet, and the camp host is very accommodating and friendly. The owner gave me the Passport America discount for 2 nights even though it was the week end. No WiFi, Verizon 5bars. Reliable 50amp service. Concrete pads, gravel level sites. All back-ins. Lots of permanent residents, and always room for overnighters. Scenery beautiful and lots to do, fishing hiking, sightseeing. Putting green, and a library full of books to exchange.

Paula Brown

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