- Number of Sites:
- 10 Sites
- 5000 feet
- Reservations required for groups of 25
Reservations not accepted for single sites
Campsites at Cochise Stronghold are shaded by oaks and surrounded by a diverse community of vegetation that includes plants of both the Upper Sonoran and Chihuahuan Desert. To help you become better acquainted with this unusual environment, the Stronghold Nature Trail follows a 0.4 mile barrier-free loop that wanders among the yucca, cactus and rocks. This short, easy stroll provides a self-guided introduction to a number of desert plants as well as some of the principles of desert ecology. It also provides good views of the rocks that form the ramparts of the Stronghold. A barrier-free history trail in the campground tells of the area’s colorful past.
If you would like to retrace the steps of this area’s historic residents even deeper into their nearly impenetrable refuge, you may choose to follow the Cochise Trail past dozens of fantastic rock formations as it makes its way across the Dragoons to West Stronghold Canyon and the Council Rocks historic area.
- Vault Toilets
- Cooking Grills
- Picnic Tables
- Group Sites Available
- Pets Allowed
- Reservations Accepted
Maximum Trailer Length: 22 feet
Amenity list above may not be complete.
SeasonSeptember 1 - May 31
Location92 miles east of Tucson
- Total Sites:
- 10 Sites
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Pet PolicyPets must be restrained or on a leash. Fascinating history
Accessible nature trail
Additional DetailsGroups of over 25 people must call Douglas Ranger District and obtain a Recreational Event Permit. 520-364-3468
Map + Directions
Take I-10 east 72 miles to US 191. Turn right (south) and drive 12 miles to Ironwood Road. Turn right (east) on Ironwood Road.
Take US 80 two miles to US 191. Go north approximately 45 miles to Sun Sites, then turn left (west) on Ironwood Road. Continue on Ironwood Road (which becomes Forest Road 84 at the Forest boundary) for 8 miles to Cochise Stronghold Campground.