This was our second trip to Alamo Lake State Park and we will definitely return again. We were there over the New Year weekend and were there for the First Day Hike, a ranger led hike that was a great way to start off 2012. The park is clean and quiet and the night skies are wonderful. And my husband says the fishing is great. We will definitely return to Alamo Lake State Park again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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Beautiful setting, quite remote. If you enjoy walking and quiet star filled nights, this is the place. Our favorite place to stay in Arizona, wild burros and coyotes and saguaros. The rangers are always around and quite helpful. We stayed during a big storm and I could tell they were watching out for us. I sure hope AZ doesn't close this one. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This large, desert park on a 500 acre lake, is just lovely and offers so many choices of service level and campsite privacy. Wild burros, great crappie and bass fishing, nice people, beautiful mountain sunsets. We'll be back! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a fairly small campground with two main loops. Sites are somewhat larger than average with some privacy between sites from small trees and shrubs. The lake is nice but none of the hookup sites are waterfront - some have distant water views. There are no walking trails and no dog walking areas. There is no footpath to the lake - one must walk down the street to the boat launch area. There is also no fishing pier and few places to fish from the shoreline. Basically, this is a campground catering to people with motorized boats who come to fish. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is quite remote being 37 miles from any services. Many sites had beautiful views of this lake. While it is a nice place for off road (OHV) vehicles, there are not any loud noises from these vehicles. Most, in fact, are quite expensive and well muffled. Over half the sites are quite spacious. There are some really nice non-hookup sites available really close to the water. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great out of the way campground. Alamo Lake is great fishing for bass, cat, and panfish. Hot in the summer but great weather in the spring, winter, and fall. Hiking in the washes was fun. Wild burros, and water birds were seen. Friendly rangers. We camped here in a Motorhome.