Fire Restrictions are now in place, no wood or charcoal fires; no smoking outdoors. Propane grills and fire pits allowed.
Due to low lake water levels, both boat launch ramps are closed due to low lake levels. Kayaks, canoes, paddle boards inflatables are OK and any other small vessels that can be carried into the water.
Camping at Fool Hollow Lake
Reserve your spot by the water!
Campsite reservations are available online or by calling the friendly folks at our reservations desk at 1-877-MY PARKS (697-2757). We're available seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Arizona time. After hours, leave us a message and we'll call you back the next morning. There is a $5 non-refundable reservation fee per reserved site.
Enjoy this gorgeous slice of Arizona's White Mountain region from your personal campsite! Listen as a gentle breeze blows through pine boughs, watch big, white, fluffy clouds careen through the sky, and feel the cool northern Arizona chill on your skin. Experience the magic of watching a herd of elk feeding lakeside, or the exhilaration of a fish on the end of your line. We'll provide the possibility of adventure, all you have to do is show up and make memories!
Non-hook-up (Tent Only) Sites
31 sites: Maximum of two vehicles and six adults per site, 10 people total. Concrete pads, fire ring and picnic table, restrooms and showers. RVs are not allowed in non-hook-up (tent only) sites.
Electric RV sites
92 sites: 30 Amp service (some 50 Amp available). Can accommodate up to 40-foot rigs. Water available at all sites. Mallard and Redhead Loops also have sewer available. Maximum of two vehicles and six adults each, 12 people total.
April 1 through Oct. 30, there is a two night minimum stay for weekend camping: you must reserve both Friday and Saturday night.
For Memorial Day Weekend, Labor Day Weekend and Columbus Day Weekend, there is a three night minimum stay for holiday weekend camping: you must reserve Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights.
Check out time is noon. Site renewal fees are due by 11 a.m. Important Note: At this recreation area, the entrance gate is closed nightly at 10 p.m.
There is a $15.00 per night fee for second vehicles. You can pay the fee with your reservation or upon entry to the park. The fee does not apply to vehicles towed behind a primary vehicle (RV) when the RV remains at the site and the is used for transportation.
To learn more about camping and recreation opportunities in your Arizona State Parks, see this comprehensive guide to camping in Arizona.
For cancellation policy, see Reservation Terms & Conditions
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Arizona’s state park system does not receive General Fund monies that the state generates through taxes. As a self-sustaining agency, it is vital to receive public support for ongoing costs and upgrades to the park system you enjoy.
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- Improvement projects like playgrounds, restrooms, and other infrastructure to improve park experiences
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- Trail maintenance and construction
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