Bonita Canyon Campground (Chiricahua National Monument)
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 22
About: The 22 individual sites are available on a first come, first served basis.
SAVING OR SUBLETTING SITES IS NOT ALLOWED. Site must be shown as occupied when left unattended. Your
receipt (flap of fee envelope) needs to be in the clip on the numbered site post. Additional camping is available in the
Coronado National Forest Service land 5 miles up Pinery Canyon Road, which is near the park entrance station.
Maximum motorhome or trailer length is 29 feet or less. There are RV parks in Willcox for larger
vehicles. There are no hook-ups (electricity, water, sewer). A gray water dump station is location near the restrooms. There are NO black water dump stations in the Monument. The closest dump stations are in Willcox.
Fees: $12 (2011)
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Beautiful, peaceful campground with lots of great hiking
This campground is an oasis in the desert. The camp is quiet and the extensive Chiricahua trail system can be accessed directly from camp. The campsites are are only suitable for smaller RV's and low overhead clearance makes tall truck campers unsuitable for some of the sites. This park was the site of a CCC camp and so many of the structures and the elaborate trail system exhibit the exceptional construction techniques typical of the CCC era.
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