Cochise County rocks!
From beautiful, national parks to rustic cabin accommodations to private campgrounds and RV parks, Cochise County offers numerous camping options for adventure-seekers and glampers alike!
Cochise County’s awe-inspiring camping areas include Bonita Campground, Chiricahua Mountains, Dragoon Mountains, Huachuca Mountains, Indian Bread Rocks, Kartchner Caverns State Park, just to name a few.
Whether you’re looking to truly “rough it,” or you want something more along the lines of a cabin or a place to park your RV, you’ll find many options throughout Cochise County.
Camp within the Chiricahua National Monument in the “Wonderland of Rocks!” The Bonita Campground is a 25-site campground offering tent, trailer, and RV camping. RVs and trailers longer than 29 feet are prohibited in the campground and on the park road past the visitor center.
The campground is open year-round. Park entrance is free, but camping fees apply.
Reservations are available online or by calling 1-877-444-6777.
Looking for additional camping/RV information? Check out the resources below.
|1||The National Forest Service has two ranger districts in Cochise County: The Douglas Ranger District, which includes the Chiricahua Mountains, and the Sierra Vista Ranger District, which includes the Huachuca Mountains in Sierra Vista.||Visit|
|2||Dispersed camping is NOT permitted in the Coronado National Memorial, Chiricahua National Monument, Fort Bowie National Historic Site, or in Conservation Areas and private lands. Check with each area’s governing body to make sure you are complying with all rules and regulations. For more information, check with the Coronado National Forest.||Visit|
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