Cave Springs Campground is the largest and one of the most popular campgrounds along Oak Creek in Arizona. The campground is also located the furthest from the busy road running through the canyon, which makes it a bit more relaxing compared to nearby Pine Flat Campground. It is surrounded by the high canyon walls, ponderosa pines and other trees like cottonwoods and sycamores.

There are 84 campsites at Cave Springs Campground with a fire ring and picnic table, including a single tent-only campsite. Drinking water and coin-operated showers are available onsite as well. The campground is open spring through fall.

Cave Springs Campground Features

Campground Type: Organized
Number of Campsites: 84 Campsites
Cost:
  • Single Campsite: $22 per night for a maximum of 8 people per campsite.
  • 2nd vehicle: $10 per vehicle, per night -space permitting
Use Level: Very High
Dogs Allowed: Yes
Fire Rings: Yes
Drinking Water: Yes
Toilets: Yes – Vault Toilet available
Showers: Yes – Coin Operated
Trash/Dumpsters: Yes
Hiking Access: Yes
Beach/Lake Access: None
RV/Trailer Length: 32 Feet
RV/Trailer Amenities: None
Cell Phone Service: Yes
Wifi: None
Operating Season: Campground Open Spring – Fall
Other:

Getting There

Address:
Geo Coordinates:

34.99639, -111.73917

Nearest City/Town: Oak Creek, Arizona
Elevation: 5402 Feet
Location: Coconino County, Arizona
Paved Road Access: Yes
Proximity to Stores: 10 Miles
Directions:
From Sedona:

Take State Route 89A for 10 miles north. Cave Springs Campground will be on the left-hand side of the highway.

 

Connect

Phone: 928-203-2900
Web: Coconino National Forest
Reservations: via Recreation.gov

When To Go

Spring and Fall – Cave Springs Campground is super busy in the peak summer season and the campground can fill up pretty quickly on weekends and holidays. You should plan on arriving on a weekday to get a spot for the weekend.

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Be Sure to Bring

What To Do

Hiking  – There are a few trails near the campground for exploring Oak Creek Canyon.

Slide Rock State Park  – This natural water park is just up the road and is a great place to cool off in the summer. Be prepared for crowds though in the summer.

Grasshopper Point – This is a great alternative to Slide Rock for playing in the water. Located about 9 miles south of Cave Springs, it is a more relaxing swimming spot with hiking trails along the creek.

 

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