Diamond Rock Campground – Apache Sitgreaves National Forest, Arizona

Diamond Rock Campground

Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, Po Box 469, AZ 85920

Diamond Rock Campground has Adirondack style three-sided shelters that were built by the depression-era Civilian Conservation Corps before the age of large, car drawn campers. The East Fork meanders through the forested valley shaded by tall ponderosa pines and bordered by grasses, alders, and streamside hardwoods. Campsites are located a few steps from the stream to protect the Black River’s unique riparian zone, but access to the river is easy as the undergrowth serves more to enhance the river’s picturesque nature than to obstruct easy passage.

Park Details:

  • 7,890 feet above sea level
  • 12 single unit sites
  • 10 feet RV limit
  • Rock fire rings
  • Vault toilets
  • Drinking water
  • Utility hookups are not available
  • Pets must be restrained or on a leash
  • Concessionaire operated
  • Fishing
  • May – October

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