Pine Flat Campground taken in September 2011.
GPS Coordinates: 35.01250, -111.73858
This is a Coconino National Forest campground north of Sedona, AZ.
There are no hookups. It's right off the road (AZ-89A), but night traffic is very light.
Sites and loops are paved. Most sites are uneven due to the terrain.
#28 on the west side was good with just a slight incline.
On the east side, sites 41, 44, and 50 looked level, but on site #50 there is a steep drive to reach the level parking pad.
Below are campground pictures from southern California we took in late October 2011.
Yucaipa Regional Park, Yucaipa, CA
This is a San Bernardino County park.
GPS Coordinates: 34.049238, -117.047245
Full hookups, lot's of grass and trees. Level sites. Mountains in the background.
About 4 miles north of I-10, close to a suburban environment.
Morro Bay State Park, Morro Bay, CA
GPS Coordinates: 35.346670, -120.841840
Water and Electric though many sites are without hookups.
Trees and large shrubs. Level sites. Close to water. Walking distance to restaurant.
Black Rock Canyon Campground, Joshua Tree National Park
GPS Coordinates: 34.07273, -116.39155
No hookups. Loops paved but getting old. Sites are compact sand and are uneven.
Very scenic. You do not have to enter the park to get to this campground.
You do not have to pay the park fee on top of the campground fee.
Mayflower Park, Blythe, CA
This is a Riverside County park.
GPS Coordinates: 33.670198, -114.534024
We did not stay overnight. We just pulled in for lunch.
Sites are on grass. The hookup sites are clustered around utility poles servicing 4 RV's.
So you would be side by side and back to back with other RV's, where you would be very close.
Nice location right on the Colorado River.
Catalina State Park - Tucson taken in November 2011.
This is a nice state park.
Most sites have water and electric. A few are without hookups.
It's very close to civilization but was quiet.
Sites and loops are paved.
The camping areas are on a very flat area of savannah grasslands with a scattering of mostly mesquite trees.
The Santa Catalina Mountains provide the background.
Loop A, which we prefer, has a more natural look.
Loop B has the feel of an RV park because the vegetation is kept cut down, and the sites are more in a straight row.