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Fort Huachuca - Apache Flats Campground

Fort Huachuca Campground

Eligibility: Active Duty, Retired, DOD Civilians
Telephone: (520) 533-1335
Season: All Year
Directions: Enter through the main gate and follow the signs


Reservations: Accepted 60 DAYS IN ADVANCE military, 30 days DOD Civilians

2 Pets limit strictly enforced.

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Yuma Proving Ground - Desert Breeze Travel Camp

Yuma Proving Ground Campground

Eligibility: Active Duty, Retirees, DOD Civilians
Telephone: 928-328-3989
Season: All Year

From East: Exit I-8 at Exit and go North on S. Fortuna Ave. approx. 2 miles, then right on US-95. Follow US-95 approx. 10.5 miles and turn left onto the Imperial Dam Rd. (Main Gate to base). Follow Imperial Dam Rd. approx. 5.2 miles and turn right to campground.

From West: Exit I-8 at Exit 2 and go East on US-95 approx. 20.5 miles and turn left onto Imperial Dam Rd. Follow directions above.

Reservations: First come first served.

Note: Golden Age Passport not accepted. Mail forwarding at: U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground, Desert Breeze Travel Camp, 301 C Street, Yuma Az. 85365. Hours of Operations: Monday-Friday 0830-1700.

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Davis-Monthan AFB - FAM Camp

Davis-Monthan Campground

Eligibility: Active Duty, Retirees, DOD Civilians, Other
Telephone: (520) 747-9144
Season: All Year

From West: Exit I-10 N at Alvernon Way (Exit 265). Follow road approx. 1.9 miles onto Golf Links Rd. Right on Craycroft Rd. Go thru main gate. Left on Quijota Blvd to FamCamp office on right side of street (across street from the camp site).
From East: Exit I-10at Exit 270 (Kolb Rd) and follow Kolb Rd approx 4 - 5 miles to Escalante (3rd or 4th traffic light), turn left to Wilmot Rd.. Turn left at Wilmot and enter base using Wilmot Gate (Open 6 AM to 6 PM M-F and DOD Base Pass required). You will be able to see the Wilmot Gate and the Fam-Camp from the junction of Escalante and Wilmot.

Reservations: Call for availability.

New bathhouse, self-service laundry, and lounge area.  14 day limit when camp is full. Must rotate out for 2 days before returning. E-mail connection at FamCamp Office. FamCamp office hours 0800 to 1800.  After 1800 choose available site from board outside of office. Some backing pads, most are pull throughs. Camp office personnel are very  helpful and pleasant to work with. There is a convenient email hookup at the FamCamp office.

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Luke AFB - Ft. Tuthill Recreation Area

Luke AFB Campground

Eligibility: Active Duty, Retirees, Reserves, DOD Civilians
Telephone: (928) 774-8893
Season: All year. Summer season is May through September.
Winter season is October through April.

Recreation Area for Luke Air Force Base (Glendale, AZ), 138 miles to the southwest. Directions after I-17 (Exit 337) are confusing. Add: From stop sign at top of exit ramp, head west and stay in right lane. At next stop sign go straight ahead. There's a small, wooden sign on the right that says, "Fort Tuthill." Continue straight for about 500 yards and take first left (look for sign). Check-in at Lodge on right (park in dirt lot across the street just before reaching lodge).

Reservations: Encouraged for campground from May - Sep. May be made with credit card up to 6 months in advance for retirees. Twelve months in advance for active duty.

Ft Tuthill has cabins available to rent at single "billeting" rooms.

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Gila Bend FAM Camp

Gila Bend Campground

Eligibility: Military and sponsored guest only.
Telephone: (623)856-5290
Season: All year.

From I-8, take Exit 115 and follow signs to AZ-85 South and Ajo. After gate check-in, take first right turn (sign to Fam Camp) and you'll be on Fourth St. Go past housing area and you'll see campground on the right. Enter campground at Centipede St. and pick an unused site. Check-in with site number at Desert Sands Inn lodging office (Bldg 4300) at Fourth and "I" streets, diagonally across from campground. From November through March check in with host/hostess in campground.

Reservations: Accepted for hotel. No advance reservations for camping.

Individual restrooms, free washers/dryers, ice machines and exercise machines are in Building 4300 (Lodging). Basketball and tennis courts are at corner of Fourth and "I" streets across from campground. There are NO SHOWERS available. NO gas station, BX or Commissary. Campground has no restrooms and only one phone at the entrance.

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MCAS Yuma - Martinez Lake Recreation Area

MCAS Yuma Campground

Eligibility: Active Duty, Retirees, Reserves, DOD Civilians
Telephone: (928) 269-2262
Season: All year.

Located off base.

From East: Exit I-8 at Exit and go North on S. Fortuna Ave. approx. 2 miles, then right on US-95. Follow US-95 approx. 13 miles and turn left onto the Martinez Lake Rd. Follow Martinez Lake Rd. approx. 10.3 miles and turn right onto Wildlife Refuge Rd. for approx. 2.2 miles. Turn left onto Egret Rd. to campground.

From West:
Exit I-8 at Exit 2 and go East on US-95 approx. 23 miles and turn left onto Martinez Lake Rd. Follow directions above.

Reservations: Accepted 30 days in advance.

*Special Note = Two week maximum stay in campground.

Note: No pets or smoking allowed in mobile homes. Pets must be on leash in other areas. Mail forwarding address is: General Delivery, Star Rt. 4 Box 45, Yuma, AZ 85365.

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