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Overview of Greenhorn Mountain Park

Number of Sites 70

Open Seasonally Yes

Elevation 6,003 ft / 1,829 m

Max Stay 14

Tent Camping Yes

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Reviews of Greenhorn Mountain Park 3 people have reviewed this location.

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Last reported 6/11/2021
Tucson, AZ
4 reviews
“Closed due to fire”

Reviewed 9/10/2022

Days stayed: 0
RV Length: 24' (Class B Plus)
Overall Rating

Made it here and there was no sign of life anywhere. Decided to go up the hill to the forest service fire station and found out the campground is closed as they are taking trees down after last year's fire. Ended up boondocks up one of the service roads at the summit.

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14 reviews

Reviewed 6/11/2021

Nightly rate: $18
Days stayed: 1
Site Number: 16
Overall Rating

Beautiful place with hot showers. Hosts were awesome and the grounds were clean. We were super lucky and arrived an hour after they opened the campground!

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Rover would stay here again

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1 review
“Pleasantly surprised ”

Reviewed 10/21/2020

Nightly rate: $18
Days stayed: 3
Site Number: 13
Overall Rating

I would say that I was skeptical during this pandemic, fires and everything being booked. This was a last call hoping i could find anything. I was pleasantly surprised the grounds were nice and Larry the grounds keeper was kind. Bathrooms were clean. Little ways from hiking but i didn’t mind. Nice seclusion and easy to find

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Wendy would stay here again

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noted 9/1/2023

Hello everyone, I have been going to Greenhorn Mountain Park Campground for 75 years and have enjoyed each and every trip. I wanted to update some information. The campground is about 8 miles up above Wofford Heights. It can be accessed from both Highway 155 (look for the big Cedar Tree surrounded with asphalt below the summit) or go West 80 yards on Rancheria Road at the summit of Highway 155 like you are going back to Bakersfield, the first gated road on the left (Sand Shed if you go East. Do not go East).
The trees in and around the park are Red Cedars, Yellow Cedars, Black Oaks, 5 kinds of Pine trees, and very few scrub oaks. Some of the larger Cedars are hundreds of years old.
All but 2 campsites have water piped to them. There are 4 flush toilets and 4 hot showers.
The largest trailers I've seen make it into the park were 40 feet in length. Easy to bring these in from the top (West approximately 80 yards on Rancheria Road to the first gated road on the left). Beware, there are only about 5 campsites large enough to accommodate the 40-footers.
Comfortably cool in the summer so if you would like to get away from the heat this is the place to come. My wife and I love this campground.

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  • dry camping
  • recreation trail
Site Amenities
  • fire ring
  • picnic table
  • restrooms: flush
  • showers
  • trash
  • water available
  • pets


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