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Camping & RV Sites

For campground reservations, please call (480) 288-9233. If you enjoy camping or RV’ing, Canyon Lake Marina and Campground is the perfect place to relish in what the Arizona wildlife has to offer! We have 9 tent sites, 19 sites with 30 amp power, and 17 sites with 30/50 amp power (6 of which are right on the waterfront). All RV sites also have a table, firepit, and charcoal grill. Our campsites are located in a peaceful and beautiful setting and offer easy access to all the attractions in the area. From swimming, fishing, hiking, and more, our campground has something to offer everyone. Come and enjoy the great outdoors with us!

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Amenities Include

  • Table
  • Firepit
  • Charcoal grill
  • Private restrooms and showers
  • General store (Coming soon)
  • 9 tent sites
  • 19 RV sites with 30 amp hookup
  • 8 RV sites with 30/50 amp hookup
  • 6 lakeside RV sites with 30/50 amp hookup

Frequently Asked Questions

What times are check-in and check-out?

Check-in: 2 pm

Check-out: 1 pm

Are pets allowed?

Absolutely! Campers may bring up to two pets per site. We recommend bringing their shot records as we are surrounded by wildlife and require picking up after them. No one wants to step in doo doo!

How many cars are allowed at each campsite?

Two vehicles including RVs, campers, 5th wheels, and pull behinds are authorized with each site reservation. Any additional vehicles will require an extra vehicle pass purchasable on the website or in office day of.

What are the quiet hours?

Quiet hours are enforced from 10 pm to 8 am.

Are campfires allowed?

Campfires are allowed only in our designated fire rings and low to the ground. They must be thoroughly extinguished before leaving. The use of campfires is subject to change by the Tonto National Forest as they update fire restrictions. Please call our office at (480) 288-9233 to confirm before arrival or visit the Tonto National Forest website at under restrictions.

Is there an RV dump station?

There is no dump station onsite; however, we do offer a pump-out service where we will bring a honey pot down to your site and pump out your gray and black water tanks.

Are tents allowed on an RV site?

Yes, you may have up to 2 tents on an RV site if you are not bringing an RV. If including an RV and tent, you may have one for a fee.

Can I fish off of your docks?

No fishing is allowed on our docks.

Do you allow generators onsite?

We do not allow generators.

Do you rent boats?

Yes, we rent pontoon boats starting February 1st. You may reserve online in 4 and 8-hour increments. Click Here!

How big is Canyon Lake?

It is 10 miles long.

How do I make a reservation?

You may reserve online or call (480) 288-9233 to speak with a representative.

Is there a ramp to launch my boat?

Yes, the marina has a ramp you can launch from when reserved in the campground.

Is your restaurant open?

No, the restaurant is permanently closed.

May I park my boat in the campground?

Yes, one boat is allowed to be parked in a designated spot next to reserved site campsite and requires a parking tag.

What fish is common at your lake?

We have bluegills, crappies, largemouth bass, rainbow trout, yellow bass, channel catfish, smallmouth bass, and walleye.

Are guns allowed on property?

Weapons including guns of any kind are not permitted and can result in removal, ban from property, and fine.

May I shoot off fireworks from the campground?

Any use of fireworks in the Tonto National Forest will result in immediate removal, ban, and up to a $10,000 fine.

May I bring alcohol to the lake?

Yes, any person over 21 may bring beverages and drink them on their reserved site. Glass bottles are prohibited by the Tonto National Forest which could result in a fine.

What temperature is the water?

Visit for up-to-date temperatures.

What temperature is the water?

Visit for up-to-date temperatures.

Do you have WiFi in the campground?

Not at this time. We have WiFi in our office for public use.

Are your campsites water facing?

Yes, all our RV and tent sites are walking distance to the shoreline.

May I moor my boat on the shore?

Yes! We recommend mooring at least 15 feet off the shoreline to ensure you do not get beached as the water level lowers and rises.

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