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Rustler Park Campground

NM,AZ US Forest Service

Rustler Park Campground

DUE TO FALLING TREE DANGER CAUSED BY THE HORSESHOE II FIRE, NO FOOT OR VEHICULAR TRAFFIC IS ALLOWED IN OR THROUGH RUSTLER PARK. USE CREST TRAIL TO ACCESS SOUTH OR WEST OF RUSTLER PARK. Rustler Park is...[more]

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NM

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Directions

120 miles east of Tucson, 18 miles west of Portal. Access: From Tucson, take I-10 east 81 miles. Turn right (south) on AZ 186 and continue for 23 miles. Turn left (east) on AZ 181 toward Chiricahua National Monument and drive 3 miles, then turn right (south) on Forest Road 42. From Douglas, take US 80 two miles west to US 191. Go north on US 19135 miles to Sunizona. Take AZ 181 east, then north, for approximately 28 miles (stay on paved road) to FR 42. Continue up FR 42 (Pinery Canyon) 12 miles to Forest Road 42D. Turn right at Onion Saddle and drive approximately 2.5 miles to Rustler Park Campground. Forest Roads 42 and 42D are gravel roads suitable for two-wheel drive passenger vehicles, though high-clearance vehicles such as pickup trucks or SUVs are recommended.

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  • HIKING HIKING
  • PICNICKING PICNICKING
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