Welcome to warm Picacho, Az.

Premium Sites Available!

Decks & Patios with polywood furniture, fire pit & charcoal grill
Also available with Paw Pen (private dog pen at your site) 

Enjoy warm days, mild nights, pink and orange sunsets, star-filled skies, and our pool heated to 85°F all winter!
Drive south to explore the silver-filled hills of Ironwood Forest National Monument.
Take a day trip to Boyce Thompson Arboretum outside Superior, AZ to sample the best-of Arizona's unique features.
Go skydiving without the plane or chute at indoor SkyVenture Arizona just down the road.
If that's too exciting, the Ostrich Ranch has every kind of critter to feed.

Nearby Eloy, AZ offers
    Eateries: Encore (burgers & shakes), Nico's Mexican (bring cash!), La Paloma
    Shops: IGA Grocery, Eloy Home & Auto, Miller's Hardware, and NAPA Auto

 USE EXIT 211!
          IF you are using Google Maps or GPS and have it set to 'no back-tracking',
          coming from Tucson/New Mexico you will be directed to use exit 219
          (a 7-mile drive on the frontage road to us - scenic but unnecessary)

Campground Amenities

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 140' Max Length
  • Pool (Open Year-Round)
  • Propane ($)
  • Firewood ($)
  • Dog Park
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Ways to Stay

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KOA Journey Campgrounds

KOA Journey campgrounds are the perfect oases after a day on the road. Whether it’s along the way or a quick getaway, they’ve got you covered. Located near the highways and byways of North America with long Pull-thru RV Sites, they deliver convenience to the traveling camper. Pull in, ease back and take a load off.

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  • Premium Tent Sites
  • Well lit after hours check-in service

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Local Area

Casa Grande Ruins National Monument

The amazing 4-story "Great House" (Casa Grande) was built by the ancient Sonoran Desert People using 3,000 tons of caliche (mud). One of the largest prehistoric structures ever built in North America, its purpose remains a mystery! Just 18 miles due north on AZ-87 to Coolidge.

1100 W. Ruins Drive

Coolidge, AZ 85128



Picacho Peak State Park

Picacho Peak is a unique, ancient landmark that is a one-thousand-five-hundred-foot-tall lava formation -- and you can hike to the top of it! Bring water and food. Hunter trail goes straight up. At the top, the stark surrounding desert makes a great panorama. Take I-10 frontage this side of interstate east for 7 miles and turn right - signs to Picacho Peak State Park. $7 flat per vehicle.

I-10 Exit 219

Picacho, AZ 85141



Ostrich Ranch

Feed the deer, donkeys, goats, dwarf goats, rabbits, parakeets, lorikeets, ducks, sheep, Ostriches and Stingrays! 7 miles east on the I-10 frontage, continue past Picacho Peak to the end of the road.

17599 E. Peak Lane

Picacho, AZ 85141




Ironwood Forest National Monument

Exquisite high desert rich in minerals featuring a preserved mountain peak (the mountain behind, Silverbell, is a mine).
Surrounded by BLM, this area is rich in impromptu hiking spots and is a boon for rockhounds!
Check out nearby SASCO (Southern Arizona Smelting Co.) ruins.
You can get here directly from the campground - strip maps available at front office!



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