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ARIZONA CAMPGROUND DIRECTORY
CORONADO NATIONAL FOREST
TURKEY CREEK ROAD
SYCAMORE CAMPGROUND
Dispersed and Primitive Camping

Turkey Creek Road
Turkey Creek

Turkey Creek Road
Turkey Creek

Turkey Creek Road is about 12 1/2 miles
with a couple free established campgrounds
and some primitive / dispersed camping areas
The first 8 miles are private lands leading
towards Coronado National Forest.

Campground on Turkey Creek
This is the first campground...
(About 8 miles)

There were wild turkeys walking through
the campground. (No photos)

SYCAMORE CAMPGROUND
Follow Turkey Creek Road for 9.8 miles
Picnic tables, metal firerings, outhouse, and
bear proof garbage receptacles. Kind of small
open area with limited privacy...

Turkey Creek Road Trees
Trees from Turkey Creek Road

You could be walking in the footsteps of Geronimo.

IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO KNOW
WHAT FIRE RESTRICTIONS ARE IN EFFECT

BEAR FACTS
This is bear country.

RATTLESNAKE FACTS
We had a crazy rattlesnake attack our car
at Chiricahua National Monument. He kept
slamming into the door... unusual. Every
rattlesnake we encountered before, was
most interested to escape or mind it's own
business.

DIRECTIONS:
From Sunsizona, Arizona take Hwy.181
(Towards Chiricahua National Monument)
Between milepost 50-51
Turn on Turkey Creek Road
The first campground is 8 miles

From I-5 exit at Wilcox.
Take Hwy.186 towards Chiricahua NM
At the junction to Chiricahua NM
Take Hwy.191 towards Douglas
Turkey Creek Road is a couple miles
(Between milepost 50-51 on Hwy.191)

ROAD CONDITIONS:
Turkey Creek Road is a rough dirt road.
The last couple miles gets more nasty.
A passenger can make it with caution...
Be prepared if bad weather...

Turkey Creek Road
Turkey Creek Road

The water was about 8" deep
Turkey Creek Road about 5 miles

Drinking water at Chiricahua National Monument
(At the visitor center)

Filtered water at the car wash
on Justin Road in Sunsites

CHIRICAHUA NATIONAL MONUMENT
Chiricahua National Monument is recommended
and worth your time. Incredible landscapes of
stone columns stimulate your imagination...

Chiricahua National Monument
Chiricahua National Monument

Also see: CHIRICAHUA
Also see:
COCHISE STRONGHOLD
Also see:
COCHISE STRONGHOLD WEST
Also see:
GARDNER CANYON
Also see:
MESCAL
Also see:
WHITEWATER DRAW

The Boneyard
The Boneyard
Davis-Monthan Air Force Base is home to thousands
of outdated aeroplanes and helicopters mothballed by the
United States Air Force and other allied forces. The 2,600
acre facility is the size of 1,300 football pitches and sprawled
across the desert in Tucson, Arizona and houses the 309th
Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (AMARG)
This 60 year-old facility is America's only storehouse for
out-of-service aircraft.

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Free campgrounds and camping
ARIZONA CAMPGROUNDS
CORONADO NATIONAL FOREST
SYCAMORE CAMPGROUND
TURKEY CREEK ROAD