Buckskin Mountain State Park
Arizona, United States
Buckskin Mountain State Park Reviews
Campgrounds at the Buckskin Mountain Park Jun 13, 2010
The Buckskin Mountain State Park is one of a few Arizona State Parks that have been left opened after the closure of many others. Located on Highway 95 in Parker, Arizona, it offers great opportunities for outdoor recreational activities including Camping.
We made a stop at the state park on our way back from Lake Havasu City to check out the campground for comparison purposes. We were pleasantly surprised to find it is a great location to camp and much cheaper than the Crazy Horse Campground up in Lake Havasu.
They have a boat launch, children's play ground, an interpretive center, a market, boutique and restaurant. The camping sites all have water hook-ups, and set right on the Colorado river. Unlike the Crazy Horse campgrounds, Buckskin requires reservations to be made in advance. We could see why reservations are needed in advance, the place was completely full with mostly californians.
Fees are $30.00 per night, per vehicle with no restrictions on number of persons in vehicle. Payment can be made using Visa or Mastercard. I'm not sure if they accept other forms of payment (well cards otherthan mastercard and visa).
State Park fees:
$26.00/ Vehicle - Campsite per night with water and electric
$28.00/vehicle - campsite per night with water, electric and sewer
$25/vehicle - Cabana fees with electric/ 15 amp
Great place for families.
Reservations can be made by calling 928-667-3231 from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm MST
Maximum stay is 2 weeks. Extended stay beyond the two week limit must be approved by park management.
Part of the 2010 Travels & Adventures! travel blog
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