The campground overlooks Roosevelt Lake and is nestled in the saguaro cactus-studded Sonoran Desert.
Frazier's large open parking area accommodates trailers and pull vehicles arranged in a variety of parking configurations. Facilities include vault toilets, a shelter with group-sized picnic tables, grills, and fire rings, a watering trough, and water hydrants.
Be prepared for the heat. During June, July, and August, temperatures reach well over 100 degrees.
Power receptacles on ramadas are for charging batteries or other minor uses. They are not to be used to supply power to recreational vechicles.
Quiet Hours are from 10:00pm to 6:00am.
Off Highway Vehicles are allowed but may not be driven off roads.
No horses allowed in this area.
Fireworks are always prohibited on National Forest Land.
At an elevation of 2,200 feet, the group site has stunning views of the blue water and sunsets against three mountainous wilderness areas.
Multiple opportunities for enjoying spectacular scenery and learning about the area's pre-history, history, flora, fauna, or geology include visiting Tonto National Monument cliff dwellings (National Park Service), driving portions of the Apache Trail Historic Road (State Hwy 88) and Desert to Tall Pines Scenic Road (State Hwy 288) or visiting the Tonto Basin Visitors Center.
In addition to camping, horseback riders, hikers, and mountain bikers can access the Arizona National Scenic Trail from the campground via the Frazier Trail. There are many other trails in the area.
28079 N. AZ HWY 188 Roosevelt AZ 85545
For campground inquiries, please call: TONTO BASIN RANGER DISTRICT (602) 225-5395
From Phoenix: Take State Hwy 87 / Beeline Highway north for about 75 miles to its junction with State Hwy 188. Turn right and follow State Hwy 188 for 33.5 miles to the site (just after the visitor center on the left, watch for campground sign). From Mesa: Take State Hwy 87 / Beeline Highway north for about 61 miles to its junction with State Hwy 188. Turn right and follow State Hwy 188 for 33.5 miles to the site (just after the visitor center on the left, watch for campground sign). From Globe area: Take State Hwy 188 north for about 30 miles to the site (just past the Roosevelt Work Center on the right, watch for campground sign). All routes are paved.