Willow Campground

White Tank Mountain Regional Park

$22.00 per night
White Tank Mountains, Arizona, USA
The Willow Campground is a new campground that has many nice amenities. Located in the heart of the Sonoran desert, it's ideal for winter camping. The facility closes May 1st - September 30th.


  • Flush Toilets
  • Showers
  • Water Spigot
  • Drinking Water
  • Shaded Ramada
  • Tent Pads (12 x 12)
  • Accessible Campsites
  • Campfire Allowed
  • Parking
  • Picnic Tables
  • Utility Sink
  • Campfire Rings
  • Grills
  • Hammock Posts


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Nearby Things to Do

A Pleasant Hike on the Waterfall Trail

The Waterfall Trail is arguably the most popular destination at White Tank Mountain Regional Park. It attracts large crowds, especially when the waterfall is flowing. On a late afternoon in March, we got the whole place to ourselves and enjoyed peace and solitude at the trail's end, which we hear is a rare thing.

ZooLights 2020 - The Pandemic Edition

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Ghosts of the Past: Vulture Mine

Vulture Mine is one of the most productive gold mines in Arizona history. Founded by Henry Wickenburg in 1863, this prosperous mine sparked a boomtown named Vulture City to arise from the Sonoran desert. Today, visitors are able to visit a few remaining original buildings and get a glimpse into what pioneer life was like in 19th century Arizona. And best of all, many say that this location is one of the most haunted places in Arizona.

Our First Visit to the Enchanted Pumpkin Garden

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What the Heck is Tom's Thumb?

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Autumn Fun at Schnepf Farm 2019

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The Siphon Draw Trail - A Casual Approach

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Granite Mountain Hotshots Memorial State Park

I undertook a pilgrimage through the beautiful Weaver mountains to the spot where 19 Granite Mountain Hotshots sacrificed their lives on June 30, 2013, battling the now infamous Yarnell Hill fire. The experience is both somber, and beautiful, and will leave a lasting impression on all who visit.

Boyce Thompson Arboretum - The Largest Arboretum In Arizona

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