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Cave Creek Regional Park Campground Arizona

Cave Creek Regional Park Overview

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Cave Creek Regional Park offers a clean and quiet family campground set among Saguaro cactus, Mesquite trees and cholla cactus. The park is about 27 miles north of Phoenix and includes 2,922 acres with a visitor center, several hiking trails, equestrian trails, and various programs through the year.

The campground has 59 campsites, all with electricity and water. Campsites 1-38 are larger campsites and also have paved parking pads. Campsites 30-55 (and E, F, G, H) are smaller and have gravel parking pads. Sites 10 and 20 have horse corrals.  Each campsite also has a table, fire ring and grill. Campground amenities include flush toilets, hot showers, a picnic area and dump station.

Cave Creek Regional Park Area Recreation

Outdoor recreation includes hiking, mountain biking, picnicking, photography, and horseback riding. Wildlife viewing is also popular here.

Other campgrounds in the area include, White Tank Mountain County Park, Lake Pleasant Regional ParkMcDowell Mountain Regional Park and also Lost Dutchman State Park.

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Amenities
  • BBQ Grills
  • Campground Host
  • Campsite Tables
  • Corrals
  • Drinking Water
  • Dump Station
  • Electrical Hookup
  • Equestrian trail
  • Fire Rings
  • Grills
  • Nature Center
  • Pets OK
  • Picnic Tables
  • Ranger Station
  • Restrooms (Flush Toilets)
  • RV Hookups
  • Showers
  • Stalls
  • Visitor Center
Activities
  • Biking
  • Bird Watching
  • Creek
  • Hiking
  • Horseback riding
  • Mountain Biking
  • Nature Trails
  • Photography
  • Picnicking
  • Stargazing
  • Visitor Center
  • Walking Trails
  • Wildlife Viewing
37900 E. Cave Creek Parkway
Cave Creek, Arizona 85331
623 465-0431
Campground Map
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Best Campsites

6, 8, 9, 10, 18, 32

Regions
Campsite Types
  • Equestrian
  • RV
  • Tent
  • Trailer
Season:

Year Round

Elevation:

2,126

# of Campsites:

59

# of RV Campsites:

59

Cave Creek Regional Park Photos

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Cave Creek Regional Park Restroom
Cave Creek Regional Park Sign
Cave Creek Regional Park Visitor Center

Cave Creek Regional Park Comments & Reviews

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2 Comments on “Cave Creek Regional Park”

  1. Joodie ChasesDirt says:

    Dates of stay: Nov. 27 – Dec. 7, 2019,
    $32.50/night

    As with all the Maricopa Regional Parks, the sites are huge and well-kept. Our stay spanned the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, and even though the campgrounds were full, our neighbors were quiet and dark. However, the park abuts a residential area, and a barking dog as well as construction equipment back-up alarms interfered with some daytime peacefulness. The restrooms were clean and spacious, and the showers had good hot water, although the push-button didn’t last for very long at all, requiring a push almost every 10 seconds. There are many good trails, though to access them from the campground, you’ll need to start on the Cave Mine Trail or walk along the road each time, a two-mile roundtrip. Be sure to look for the Michelin Man, a segmented saguaro, along the Slate Trail 🙂 There is an active horse riding rental facility in the park, open every day. The Visitor Center has snacks/drinks, gifts, and a live animal display of snakes, a Gila monster, and a variety of spiders and scorpions. We attended the monthly feeding presentation, which was interesting and informative (check park website for listing of ranger-led activities.) The park’s north border is the south border for its sister park, Spur Cross Ranch, and can be accessed by a very long hike or a short drive. The camping fee/pass will cover entrance at Spur Cross, and it is a beautiful area for a hike. The town of Cave Creek is nearby and has all amenities. Verizon cell coverage was very strong, and there was plenty of OATV.

    Critters spotted: great horned owl, ruby-crowned kinglet

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