- Number of Sites:
- Dispersed Camping
- 5200 feet
- Reservations not accepted
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-The water-chiseled canyon is popular for trout fishing and its swimming holes.
-This moderately-used campground is appreciated for its solitude.
-This campground is well-shaded.
- Vault Toilets
- Pets Allowed
SeasonApril - November
Location11 miles north of Young
34 miles east of Payson
- Total Sites:
- Dispersed Camping
More Site Details
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Pet PolicyPets must be restrained or on a leash. Fishing
Additional DetailsBear-proof your camp!
Map + Directions
Travel east for 24 miles on paved State Hwy. 260. Turn right on Forest Road (FR) 291 (unpaved) and travel 3 miles to FR 200. Turn right on unpaved FR 200. Travel on FR 200 for 6 miles, through Haigler Canyon Recreation Site to FR 202A. Turn right and follow this unpaved road for .5 miles to the site.
Take State Hwy. 288/Forest Road (FR) 512 for 3 miles and turn left on FR 200. Follow unpaved FR 200 for 7 miles to FR 202A and turn left. Follow FR 202A for .5 miles to the site.