The Enchanted Forest Trail Campsites are located in one of several primitive camping areas east of Prescott, Arizona in the National Forest. There are 11 campsites located in a primitive camping area in the Prescott Basin area. Of the 11 campsites at Enchanted Forest Trail, 9 can accommodate an RV or trailer for camping. , just east of Prescott, Arizona. There are 13 campsites at

All of the campsites are first come, first served, and have no fee to camp. The only amenities at the campsites are campfire rings. All trash must be packed out. Supplies can found nearby in the town of Prescott.

Camping is available year-round here however, the area can be inaccessible in the winter due to snow. Hiking, ATV riding, and mountain biking are popular activities in the area.

Enchanted Forest Trail Campsites Features

Campground Type: Organized, Primitive
Number of Campsites: 11 Campsites
Cost: No Fee
Use Level: Medium
Dogs Allowed: Yes
Fire Rings: Yes
Drinking Water: None
Toilets: None
Showers: None
Trash/Dumpsters: None – Pack it out
Hiking Access: Yes
Beach/Lake Access: None
RV/Trailer Length: Not Specified
RV/Trailer Amenities: None
Cell Phone Service: Yes
Wifi: None
Operating Season: Campground Open Year-round

Getting There

Geo Coordinates:
Nearest City/Town: Prescott, Arizona
Elevation: 6000 Feet
Location: Yavapai County, Arizona
Paved Road Access: None
Proximity to Stores: 9 Miles
From Prescott:

Head east on State Route 69 for about 4 miles, then head south on Walker Road for about 4 miles. Turn left on FDR 23. The Enchanted Forest Trail Campsites are located along this road.

Enchanted Forest Trail Campsites

Camping Supply List


Phone: 928-443-8000
Web: Prescott National Forest
Reservations: Not Accepted – First Come, First Served

When To Go

Summer through Fall – Summertime can get a little warmer, but the weather is still great. Snow is possible in the winter.

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What To Do

Hiking & Mountain Biking – There are numerous hiking trails in the area, some of which are also suitable for mountain biking.

ATV Riding – There are a lot of dirt roads and trails in the area that are used for ATV riding.

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