Coronado National Forest

Overview

Recreation activities on the Coronado National Forest are nearly as diverse as the people who come to visit. The most popular ones are hiking, camping, birding, horseback riding, picnicking, sightseeing, and visiting historic areas. Fishing and boating are available but limited in this arid land, while opportunities for the fast-growing sport of mountain biking are growing. Winter sports are possible in the higher elevations; Mt. Lemmon Ski Valley in the Santa Catalina Mountains is the most southern ski area in the United States.

Campgrounds inside of Coronado National Forest

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Riggs Lake
Coronado National Forest
Sollers Cabin (Az)
Coronado National Forest
Rose Canyon
Coronado National Forest
Showers Point Group Site
Coronado National Forest
Kentucky Camp Cabin And Headquarters Building
Coronado National Forest
Half Moon Ranch
Coronado National Forest
Shaw House
Coronado National Forest
Sabino Canyon Recreation Area Cactus Ramada 2
Coronado National Forest
Sabino Canyon Recreation Area Cactus Ramada 1
Coronado National Forest
Calabasas
Coronado National Forest
Peppersauce
Coronado National Forest
Molino
Coronado National Forest
Reef Townsite Group Area
Coronado National Forest
Rock Bluff Group Site
Coronado National Forest
Camp Rucker Group Site
Coronado National Forest
Treasure Park - East
Coronado National Forest
Treasure Park - North
Coronado National Forest
Upper Hospital Flat Group Site
Coronado National Forest
Stockton Pass
Coronado National Forest
Upper Arcadia
Coronado National Forest
Kent Springs Cabin
Coronado National Forest
Whitetail Campground
Coronado National Forest
Lower Twilight Group Site
Coronado National Forest
Upper Twilight Group Site
Coronado National Forest
Portal Bunkhouse
Coronado National Forest
Portal Ccc House
Coronado National Forest
Palisades Ranger Residence Cabin
Coronado National Forest
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