- Number of Sites:
- 3 Group Sites
- 5400 feet
- Reservations Required
DescriptionRock Bluff is just a short distance from Parker Canyon Lake. Tables and grills at Rock Bluff are clustered on small, walled patios in a rocky little canyon dotted with oaks and junipers. Make reservations for your group by calling the concessionaire, Lakeview Outdoor Ventures, at (520) 458-0761. Use is by reservation only.
Most people who come here do so with the intent of enjoying not only the facilities at the campground, but the fishing and boating at the lake as well. A lakeside developed recreation site, including a boat ramp, fishing pier, general store and boat rentals, is located just a short drive from the group area.
Lakeshore Trail #128, just a quarter-mile walk from Rock Bluff, leads all the way around the lake. This nearly level trail is well maintained and easy to follow. Trailside benches and interpretive signs are located at some of the best wildlife viewing areas. Watch for the waterfowl that are generally bobbing on the waters of the lake. Bald eagles are regularly sighted during the winter, and osprey sometimes are seen migrating through the area in the fall.
- Drinking Water
- Fire Rings
- Picnic Tables
- Boat Ramp
- Group Sites Available
- Pets Allowed
- Reservations Accepted
The general store and boat rental is closed.
LocationParker Canyon Lake
Southwest of Sierra Vista
- Total Sites:
- 3 Group Sites
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Pet PolicyPets must be restrained or on a leash.
ActivitiesBoating, Hiking, Fishing,
Additional DetailsBoating has an 8 hp motor limit.
Motorbikes may be used only for entering or leaving campgrounds.
Drive east on Interstate 10 to the Arizona Route 83 exit. Drive south to Sonoita, then continue on AZ 83 approximately 25 miles to Parker Canyon Lake. From Sierra Vista: Travel through Fort Huachuca's west gate to State Route 83. Turn south and travel 10 miles to Parker Canyon Lake.
Alternate from Sierra Vista:
Travel south on State Highway 92 about 17 miles to Coronado Memorial Road (FR 61) and drive 25 miles over Montezuma Pass along the south side of the Huachuca Mountains to Parker Canyon Lake.