About: This is a relatively small, semi-primitive campground in the southern end of the Bradshaw Mountains in the Horsethief Basin Area on the Bradshaw Ranger District. Ponderosa pine is the dominant vegetation type in the area. This is an old, but one of the most attractive and well developed campgrounds in the southern Bradshaws. Most of the walls and walks throughout the campground were built of stone during the 1930s by the Civil Conservation Corp (CCC). The campground will accommodate up to 150 people.
Fees: $10 (2011)
Restrooms: Vault Toilet
Directions: The best route from Prescott is by way of Mayer, particularly in winter. Take Main Street through the town of Mayer continuing east to the junction with the Antelope Creek Road. Continue southeast on this road for approximately 9 miles to Cordes. At the road junction in Cordes take Forest Road 259 to Crown King. At Crown King take Forest Road 259A south for 0.5 miles to the junction with Forest Road 52. Take Forest Road 52 southeast for approximately 6 miles to the campground just northeast of Horsethief Lake.
If approaching from Interstate I-17, take the Bumble Bee exit and continue north on this dirt road, taking Forest Road 259 to Crown King. At Crown King take Forest Road 259A south for 0.5 miles to the junction with Forest Road 52. Take Forest Road 52 southeast for approximately 6 miles to the Horsethief Basin Recreation Area and the Hazlett Hollow Campground just northeast of Horsethief Lake.
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