What we're about

This group is for those who are interested in camping with adventurous adults and sharing their connection with nature. If you enjoy serenity and hearing the peaceful sounds of the environment, you are a good candidate for our group. We are tent or small travel trailer campers with no generators running during our scheduled meetups. We are lanterns, not electric lights. We are kayaks, canoes, walking sticks, mountain bikes & reading around a campfire. We look forward to sharing stories and having a wonderful time together.

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Lake Pleasant Camping

Lake Pleasant, AZ

February camping - had so much fun at Lost Dutchman don't want to wait until March to camp again. So everyone decided to go to LAKE PLEASANT (https://maricopacountyparks.org/lake-pleasant#)again. Should be much warmer in a few weeks. But the campgrounds are filling up so reserve soon, or find someone to share with! Check-in time is 1pm. Check-out time is 12 noon. WEBSITE (https://maricopacountyparks.org/lake-pleasant#): maricopacountyparks.org/lake-pleasant# (https://maricopacountyparks.org/lake-pleasant#)

Patagonia Lake State Park

Patagonia Lake State Park

Tucked away in the rolling hills of southeastern Arizona is Patagonia Lake State Park. This park is an ideal place to find whitetail deer roaming the hills and great blue herons walking the shoreline. The campground overlooks a 265-acre man-made lake where anglers catch crappie, bass, bluegill, and catfish. Trout is stocked every three weeks from October through March. Hikers can stroll along the beautiful creek trail and see a variety of birds such as the canyon towhee, Inca dove, vermilion flycatcher, black vulture, and several species of hummingbirds. Let's take a long weekend and explore this Arizona treasure!

Frazier Group Campground, Lake Roosevelt

Frazier Group Campground, Lake Roosevelt

Imagine you and your camping friends with the choice of hitting the water at dawn and fishing 'til your heart’s content. Well, this vision is a reality when you base your adventure at Frazier Group Campground in Tonto National Forest. Spend all day on the water or hit the trails and break in those hiking boots. There’s really no wrong way to explore the epic beauty of the Roosevelt Lake area. This is a GROUP site so I've made reservations for a total of 3 nights, $235 total. I'd like to get at least 8 people to RSVP to help with the cost (love you guys but not that much!) If 10 people have not RSVP'ed by March 1st I'm going to cancel (or at least close to 8). You can come for one night, two nights or all three - completely up to you! We'll prorate cost depending upon the number of nights you stay.

Burro Creek

Burro Creek Campground

Burro Creek Campground and Recreation site is located along Burro Creek at an elevation of 1,960 feet. The campground has 24 campsites and is located in a very quiet and scenic Sonoran desert canyon offering many hiking and off-roading opportunities. You’ll also enjoy seeing and cooling off in the refreshing blue waters of Burro Creek. The perennial creek runs year-round and has some nice swimming holes. Don’t forget to pack a camera to take shots of the Saguaros and spring wildflowers (usually March through May). The Burro Creek Recreation Site is located 60 miles northwest of Wickenburg on Highway 93 between Wikieup to the north and Nothing to the south. The GPS coordinates are[masked], [masked] This is a NO RESERVATION place making me a little bit nervous but hey, live on the dangerous side! Anyway, I will go on Thursday and hopefully be able to save a couple spots; we can always share! Meet me up there early or for the weekend. Excited to try a new place!

Past events (65)

Lost Dutchman State Park

Lost Dutchman State Park

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