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Default 2020 - Feb 28 - Mar 1 - Picacho Peak, AZ

Welcome to our 1st Picacho Peak State Park rally.


As usual this is a very popular park, weather perfect, and slots fill up many months in advance so don't delay!

We will talk more about activities, meals, etc. as we get closer – but for now, get your campsite reservations done!!!!!!


If you would like assistance with making your campsite reservations, please call 1-877-697-2757 and the staff will be happy to help.
(see attached map for slot locations)


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#B5 - Van & Toni               04M380
#B6 - Michael & Tami        83FC35   
#B7 – Kevin & Cheri         SOB        
      * w/Randy & Jan 
      *w/Dan Dominey
#B9 - David Spires          90PT40
Picacho Peak State Park’s campground has a total of 85 electric sites for both tent and RV camping. Sites are suitable for RVs and/or tents.
- No more than six adults & 12 people total per site.
- No more than four vehicles per site.
- Only one motorhome/RV per site.
- Four sites are handicapped-accessible.
- No water or sewer hookups are available.
- Access to all sites is paved.
- Sites are fairly level and are located in a natural Sonoran Desert setting.

$30 per night / per vehicle (October – May)


- Both back-ins and pull-throughs are available.
- No maximum size limit (except no tractor trailers allowed).
- All sites offer a picnic table and barbecue/fire ring.
- Many sites also offer ramadas, and some of the sites are handicapped-accessible.
- Use of the dump station is included in the price for camping.
- Potable water is available at the dump station.
- Quiet hours are from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. Generator use is not permitted.
- There are two modern, handicapped-accessible restroom and shower buildings available at no additional charge for campers.

Cheri and Kevin will be leading the Sunset Vista Trail hike on Saturday, which is just over 6 miles round trip – starts out easy, then gets more challenging as you climb to the top with wire cables to help you up. There are several other easier trails to follow – there is something for everyone.

If hiking is not your thing, there are a number of other attractions ranging from 10 minutes to one hour away, including;

- Rooster Cogburn’s Ostrich Ranch
- Old Tucson Studios
- the Biosphere
- Skydive Arizona
- the Arizona Sonoran Desert Museum

Check out the parks’ website for more information.
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Thats a great place for a rally,good choice MrPutz!
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I've been to the Desert Museum, but I always wanted to go to the biosphere! Cool stuff to do for sure.
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Default Important Picacho “Attraction” - Wheel Polishing

#B5, leaving on Monday. Staying extra night so we can stop by the famous wheel polishing place. It’s 10 miles to the north of PP, but on the way:

M & M Auto Sales Eloy Az
o $5 Wheel Polishing
o Exit 203 (Toltec Rd) North side of highway behind McDonalds on W. Outer Drive
o Approximate location = 32.780744,-111.620705

Putz is right, get your site NOW before they fill up. Hey Mike, don’t forget your Scamp mini trailer reservation!
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