About: Nearby hiking trails and scenic drives, close to the primitive area and wilderness At 9,100 feet, this is one of the highest campgrounds in Arizona. With that in mind, you might suspect that it’s cool up here. And you’d be right, deliciously cool–when it’s hot everywhere else. You might also suspect that the surroundings are alpine. Right again! High country tree species such as Colorado Blue and Engelmann spruce, subalpine and corkbark fir and quaking aspen shade these campgrounds.
Fees: See Forest Service website
Restrooms: Vault Toilet
Directions: Directions from Alpine: Drive 22 miles south on US Highway 191 past Hannagan Meadow Resort to Hannagan Campground on the west (right).