Windy Hill campground is located on Arizona's largest lake and offers a variety of activities, such as fishing, boating and hiking. There are 147 campsites with amenities like ramadas, fire rings, picnic tables and potable water, as well as playgrounds, an amphitheater and a picnic site. The campground is also close to two scenic byways and several historic attractions.


Located on central Arizona's largest lake, Windy Hill offers great water recreation opportunities to the public. Because of its close proximity to the Lake, Windy Hill allows fishing, non-motorized and motorized boating, along with hiking trails. There are plenty of developed campsites available at Windy Hill, which allows for an easy, quick escape during any time of the year for families and individuals. 


Fishing is popular activity where anglers can expect to catch a variety of fish species, such as Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass; Crappie; Sunfish; Channel and Flathead Catfish. This campground is also situated right on the shore of Roosevelt Lake which is open to boating, kayaking, and other water-related activites. A fully accessible boat ramp and fishing dock are available for easy lake access, and maps and other important site details can be found at the kiosks at the entrance to the campground. 


  • 147 camp units with shade ramadas, fire rings with grills, picnic tables, and potable water hydrants.
  • Toilets and showers are located throughout the camp loops.
  • There are playgrounds and an amphitheater.
  • Picnicking allowed only at the Blevins Picnic Site.
  • Maximum occupancy per individual camp unit is 10. Maximum occupancy per double camp unit is 20.
  • Maximum number of vehicles per individual camp unit is three. Maximum number of vehicles per double camp unit is six. All vehicles must completely fit within the designated parking area.
  • Check-in time is 12:00 pm, and check-out time is 10:00 am

Nearby Attractions

Two National Scenic Byways (AZ Hwy 88 Apache Trail and AZ Hwy 288 Spines to Pines Highway). Roosevelt Dam, Tonto National Monument, the Arizona Trail, endless miles of jeep trails, Towns of Payson and Globe, Superstition, Sierra Ancha, and Four Peaks Wilderness'. Don't forget to stop by the Tonto Basin Environmental Center learn about the history of the area. 

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