5157 ft - 9159 ft
Camping: Dispersed, semi-primitive, campgrounds available.
Water: Provide your own.
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Fee based campsites:
Include amenities such as vaulted toilets, designated fire rings, fee required.
Molino Basin Campground
General Hitchcock Campground
Located at milepost 12, this campground is the lowest one amongst the pines.
Rose Canyon Campground
This campground has spacious campsites is the largest with the most amenities.
Access to Rose Canyon Lake at the end of the campground, it is stocked with trout throughout the Summer months.
Small general store for your camping necessities.
During rainy seasons, Rose Creek meanders through the area.
One-mile trail leading around the lake that is handicapped-accessible.
Whitetail Campground (reservation only group site)
Spencer Canyon Campground
68 first come first served.
Grills, fire pits and tables are provided.
Potable water and vault toilets.
Free designated campsites: (Closed Dec 15th – March 30th)
no fees, no reservations, no facilities, dirt road access
Incinerator Ridge (milepost 19 )
Mount Bigelow (milepost 21 )
Bear Wallow (milepost 23 )
Radio Ridge (ABOVE SKI VALLEY)
N. Oracle Control Road (JUNCTION TO ROAD AT milepost 24.5)
Day use areas: (fee required)
These areas have designated grills and restroom facilities.
Rose Canyon Lake
Near the top of Mount Lemmon is the village of Summerhaven, were you can find several dining options including sit down restaurants and local food trucks
Mt Lemmon - Tucson, Arizona
32° 26′ 34.66″ N, 110° 47′ 18.52″ W
Tucson, Pima County, Arizona
September 3-5, 2016