Camping Prescott Arizona: Basin Campground
And fortunately, you won’t be disappointed. Each location has a lot to offer, and you’ll be staying in some of the most recommended outdoor recreation locations in the area.
It’s a short drive into town from here, so you’re still near all the services you might require, but you’ll definitely feel a lot further from town! Check their website for further information on camping here. Some campsite driveways allow for an extra vehicle, while many sites limit parking to the camping unit only. There is also no dump station at the campground.Given the park’s location, it’s very busy year round so you should call ahead for reservations to be sure they have a spot available for you. Its 21 sites include tables, fire pits and grills, and there’s plenty of parking. There are no utility hookups or drinking water. Although fishing is usually rated as only fair to poor, a patient angler can often catch bluegill, largemouth bass, or catfish. Boating is permitted, but boats are limited only electric motors.
Group campground includes 8 fireplaces, 1 fire ring, 4 pedestal grills, and 2 vault toilets.
Granite Basin Lake Campground Prescott, Az
A short video of the Granite Basin Lake Campground in Prescott, AZ. It is $18 per night for single occupancy, and $36 for double …
My fitness tracker said 14, 768 steps, 12 floors climbed. Beautiful hiking trail and we saw evidence of horses and we encountered mountain bikers.
Most of hiking is somewhat rugged, although it is a manageable set of trails.
The lake is about a mile hike down from the campground and is a beautiful trail. This was our first visit to the basin and stayed one night in the campground. The campground is small ( only 21 spots singles and a few doubles ), and is open all year. I took the trail thinking there would not be much elevation, wrong! The lake is ideal for the more hardy campers, as there are very few amenities offered. There is no electricity or shower facilities here. Although fishing is usually rated as only fair to poor, the patient angler can often catch bluegill, largemouth bass, or catfish. Visitors come to experience the unique culture and natural history of the area. Friendly locals and beautiful surroundings make this quite the popular destination. It attracts 775, 000 visitors a year with its calm waters, beautiful beaches and desert weather with more than 300 sunny days a year. One great way to view the breathtaking scenery is via a scenic flight which offers a bird’s eye of this natural wonder. No sweltering summers or miles of cactus covered moonscape. We also have visitor guides available in states highlighted in blue below.
Visiting Granite Basin & Lake, In Prescott Arizona
The Beautiful Granite Lake, in Prescott Arizona.