White Spar Campground – Prescott AZ

Mountain Biking PrescottWhite Spar Campground is located in the ponderosa pine forest three miles from downtown Prescott, this campground has 57 sites with 12 sites open year-round, although the water is turned off during the winter.

Camping. Elevation: 5700 Feet Mountain biking trails galore, surronded by towering Ponderosa pines and great campsites. Camping Fees: $14 for campsite (Winter: $10), $5 per extra vehicle. All sites are available on a first-come, first-served basis. No reservations are required.

  • Each camp site usually accommodates one vehicle towing a camp trailer plus one additional vehicle (there is a charge for additional vehicle). Vehicles must be parked in space provided on site – not along side the road.
  • Sites are designed for 5 people; a maximum of 10 is allowed only to accommodate a single large family.
  • Maximum vehicle length: 22-40 feet
  • No hookups

57 campsites with picnic tables, fire pits, and grills (12 in the winter)
Drinking water
4 Vault Toliets
No garbage disposal – Please pack it out.

How to Get to White Spar Campground.
From downtown Prescott, turn south onto Montezuma Street from Gurley Street. Stay on Montezuma Street (which turns into Whitespar, then U.S. Highway 89) for 3 miles. The campground entrance is just off the highway on your left.

Places to Stay and Accommodations.
If you are not the camping type and plan an extended overnight stay in the Prescott area, see Prescott Hotels.

Restaurants – Night Life.
Prescott offers dining for every unique taste and style, great food, great views and great flavors! Check out Prescott Restaurants. There are so many things to do in Prescott that the real difficulty will be deciding what to do first. Entertainment in one of the top Prescott, AZ activities including live music, theater and community events. Check out Prescott Night Life here. For other things to do while your are in Prescott, AZ check out Prescott What To Do here.

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