Flagstaff Arizona Campgrounds

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Campgrounds

There’s something about lying underneath the night sky, dotted with stars, that just makes you grasp the true size of the universe. If you’re looking to lie under the night sky while in Flagstaff, you’ll have plenty of options.

Where can I find great campsites for Flagstaff camping?

Here are some of the best camping spots in and around Flagstaff at Coconino National Forest.

Cave Springs
This campground is great for those looking to make their way down to Sedona. It is situated between the two towns and offers tons of attractions like fishing and hiking. The drives to and from the campsites are gorgeous as well. 

  • Location: Cave Springs is located in Oak Creek Canyon, 14 miles south of Flagstaff along 89A. 
  • Season: mid-March through mid-November; 
  • Cost: $22/night 
  • Services: There are 82 camp sites, coin-operated showers, tables, fire pits, vault toilets, drinking water and grills. 
  • Phone: Call the forest service at 928-527-3600.

Bonito Campground
This popular camp site comes highly recommended with lots to offer, including a great location next to both Wupatki National Monument and Sunset Crater National Monument. 

  • Location: Just 12 miles northeast of Flagstaff on US 89 in Coconino National Forest is Bonito Campground. 
  • Season: May to October 
  • Cost: $24/night; $8 for an extra vehicle 
  • Services: This campground offers drinking water, flush toilets, fire rings and grills. 
  • Phone: Call the forest service at 928-527-3600.

Ashurt Lake
Camp lakeside at Ashurt Lake campground and benefit from great views, fishing and swimming. 

  • Location: This campsite is 19 miles south of Flagstaff along Lake Mary Road off of Forest Road 82E. 
  • Season: Open when weather permits, but typically early May to mid October 
  • Cost: $18 per night 
  • Services: There are 25 sites, tables, fire rings, grills, drinking water, toilets and a boat ramp. 
  • Phone: Call the forest service at 928-527-3600.

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