One of the most popular camping spots in America is the state of Arizona because it enjoys excellent weather all year round. Some of the best places to camp out are in Arizona’s national forest campgrounds.
The state is home to more than a 12 national parks and seven national forests that offer hundreds of unique campgrounds.
Many of them provide full hook-ups for RVs as well as showers and bathrooms. Some of the best national forests for hiking and camping are Apache, Coronado, and Tonto. The Tortilla Campground is one of the most popular as it is located in Tonto National Forest above the Tortilla Creek.
It’s situated near the city of Apache Junction and has 73 campsites with sewer and water hook-ups. The scenery is excellent as its located next to mountain bluffs.
It’s a great place to use for a base camp as there’s plenty to see and do in the area. Some of the most interesting attractions are the Tonto National Monument, prehistoric cave dwellings, and Roosevelt Dam.
The Tortilla Campground operates between Oct. 1st and Apr. 30th and has a 14-day maximum stay. It’s a wonderful place to explore the local countryside and wildlife as well as the nearby historic sites.