Beautiful Camping in the Ponderosa Pines

Open for the Summer, 2016 Season!

 
 
 
 
 

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Friday July 8th, 2016

Fort Tuthill County Campground shared Pepsi Amphitheater at Fort Tuthill Park's photo.

And sleep under the stars at Fort Tuthill County Campground. Make your reservation at campforttuthill.com. Just a short walking distance away.
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COUNTRY FANS! We know you've been waiting for a show- Chase Rice is headed to the amp on September 30th! We're running a HUGE ticket special now for the next two weeks. Get your tickets for just $25 h...

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Thursday June 30th, 2016

Fort Tuthill County Campground shared Coconino County Parks & Recreation's photo.

Fort Tuthill County Campground is going to be busy this weekend, there are a few tent sites left, but not many. They are available on a first come first serve basis.

Where ever you are camped, take the time to go listen to a free band concert on Saturday, July 2, from 6-7 p.m. Come on out and hear music performed by the 108th Army Band Arizona National Guard! The museum is located at Fort Tuthill County Park.
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The Fort Tuthill Military History Museum is hosting a free band concert on Saturday, July 2, from 6-7 p.m. Come on out and hear music performed by the 108th Army Band Arizona National Guard! The museu...

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Tuesday June 21st, 2016

Some very frequently asked questions;

No, we do not have power. We really wish we did!
The maximum number of people per site is 8, two tents per site and two cars are allowed, the second vehicle pays an additional $5 per night.

We do not have showers, we do have toilets.

We are in stage one fire, which means, we can have campfires in this developed campground However, if the wind comes up, all fires must be extinguished immediately.

Yes, we sell firewood and ice.

Quiet time is 10 pm, check in is 2 pm and check out is 11 am.

We hope this helps to answer most of your questions, if not just ask, we want your camping experience with us to be Awesome.
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Sunday May 15th, 2016

Fort Tuthill County Campground shared US National Weather Service Flagstaff Arizona's photo.

Be careful
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A Red Flag Warning is in effect for today across portions of northern Arizona from noon to 8 pm. A Red Flag Warning indicates that a combination of strong winds and low relative humidities will contri...

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Wednesday May 11th, 2016

Saturday, May 14th, we are booked solid, there are approximately 10 sites set aside for first come customers. Those sites can not be reserved.
We wish the campground was able to accommodate all the requests. So remember, the earlier you get to the campground, the better your chances at one of the first come sites. Hope everyone enjoys the concert.
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Saturday May 7th, 2016

We are open ! Come in and enjoy the tall pines and starry nights. Make your reservations at campforttuthill.com. We are looking forward to a great summer, seeing old friends and meeting new ones ... See MoreSee Less

Wednesday March 16th, 2016

It is getting to be THAT time, Camping Season is right around the corner. We open May 6th, make your reservations now at CampFortTuthill.com. We are really looking forward to meeting new friends and welcoming back familiar faces. It is going to be a great year. See you soon. ... See MoreSee Less

Monday January 11th, 2016

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The sledding hill saw a lot of visitors this past weekend, and with the bright sunshine, a bunch of the snow has now melted off. Even though the sledding isn't much, you can still come into Fort Tuthi...

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Reservations & Information

You may make reservations here. Reservations are only online and cannot be made by phone.
 

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Getting There

Located just south of Flagstaff off I-17 (exit 337) in the Fort Tuthill County Park. Note that Google Maps has the campground location in the wrong place in the park. The exact location is here.