108 total RV sites, can accommodate RV’s up to 100ft, 20/30/50 amp, dump station, sewer, water, full hookups, pull thrus, back ins, tent sites, WiFi, showers, restrooms, laundry, game room, picnic area, BBQ, ice, propane, security, clubhouse, biking, hiking, horseback riding, horseshoes, game room, pool table, RV storage, restaurant, Book Exchange Library, nature watching, doggy play yard, main clubhouse features a full kitchen and is perfect for banquets, receptions, and rallies. Sporting Clays & 50/50/50. Horse Hotel accommodations for those traveling with horses or long term stabling for visitors wanting to keep horses for the camping season. Rental accommodations available.
PA is valid for 2 nights. PA not valid November thru April. Reservations preferred. No smoking. Pets welcome. Horses welcome. *Plus tax. Rates are for 2 people. $2 for each add’l person.
Located 8.5 miles from Bisbee and 15 miles from McNeal. Local Directions: From JCT Hwy 92 & US 80: Go 4-1/2 mi SE on US 80 (MP 348), then 4-1/2 mi E on Double Adobe Rd, then 200 yards S on access road.
Located just outside the Historic City of Bisbee Arizona in the Arizone plateau region. This beautiful area boasts sunshine 86% of all daylight time. Average temperatures range between 80 & 46 degrees farenheit. Rich in historical lore. Cochise County offers a real taste of the Old West only miles form the campground.
Pot lucks (for every holiday), pottery making, soap making, facial making, monthly birthday celebrations, Sunday breakfast, weekly dinners, outings to pumpkin patch, pistachio orchard, trap shooting and sporting clays.
Tombstone, Bisbee's Queen Copper Mine Tour & Museum, St. David, Sierra Vista, Fort Huachuca, Historic Gadsden Hotel, Fort Bowie National Historic site, Ramsey Canyon Preserve, Kartchner Caverns State Park, White water draw, Bird Watching San Pedro National Conservation Area, John Slaughter Ranch, Chiricahua National Monument, Cochise Stronghold, Coronado National Memorial, Douglas Golf & Social Club, Amarind Foundation Museum of Native American Archaeology, Art, History and Culture.
Rate: $35.00, P.A.: $17.50