Upper End Campground


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Campground Description

Popular campground in the Lake Roberts recreation area. Approximately 12 miles from the Wilderness Ranger Station. 12 units, $7.00 a night, no reservations,first come, first serve basis. Great for RV's and tents. Purgatory Chasm trailhead, 2.1 mile loop hike nearby. High occupancy during summer holidays. 3 vehicles per campsite, which includes the RV.
Contact: US Forest Service (www2.srs.fs.fed.us)
Posted by: Jeff Barber on February 10, 2006
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    Campground Activities

    BoatingGreat for canoes & kayaks, can use small boats with electric trolling motors.FishingyesHikingNice trail to hike-Purgatory Trail across from Lake Roberts picnic area. For safety reasons, please stay out of the canyon during periods of heavy rain. Carry drinking water.Interpretive Sites22 miles to Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument.Wildlife WatchingGreat area for birdwatching and deer frequent the area. Javelina have also been seen in the area.

    Campground Amenities

    Vault toilets, potable water. For campfires, you can pick up dead wood lying nearby. Please do not cut any trees. Tent sites available. Ponderosa Pine trees exist around campground area. Can accomodate large (32') travel trailers at several sites.

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