Only campground-friendly generators will be allowed. Due to the water levels in the lake being low, launching some boats may not be possible. Please call the park for more information.

The Roper Lake hot tub is permanently closed.

Camping Cabins

Enjoy your stay in a log cabin by the lake

Lakeside Cabin RentalWithin the shadows of Mount Graham lies an opportunity for adventure and your home base could be an air-conditioned cabin on the shores of a beautiful southern Arizona lake. With so much area to explore in this area, it makes sense to recharge in comfort. This park is home to a large variety of bird species, offers great seasonal fishing, and is within close proximity to one of Arizona's most beautiful "Sky Island" mountain ranges. Imagine waking up to the fog lifting slowly from the lake, walking outide and casting a line. As the fog lifts to expose the sun of a new day, the distant mountaind are exposed and calling you to experience the adventure. You bring the mindset...We'll supply a place to stay, and the the peace of mind you've made a great decision to be here. 

Cabin reservations are available online or by calling the friendly folks at our Reservation Desk (877) MY-PARKS. We're available seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Arizona time.

Eight cabins line the lake at Roper Lake State Park offering lots of recreational opportunities. Cabins at Roper Lake are variably furnished with bunk beds with mattresses and/or full-size beds with mattress. The cabins are outfitted with electricity and air-conditioning/heating.

Cabin Reservations at Roper Lake

Please note that open flame (candles and stove burners) are not permitted in the cabins. Picnic tables and charcoal grills make for a well-equipped outdoor setting. Restrooms and showers are within walking distance. Cabins are available year-round.

Lakeside Cabin RentalReservation Policy and Fees

Cost: $65-$70 per night.
The rental party must comprise at least one person 18 years of age or older. Occupancy is a maximum of four adults not to exceed six persons total, including children.

Pets: Pets are only allowed in the following cabins: Mustang, Roadrunner, Coyote, Hummingbird, and Bass. Pets are not allowed in the Bear, Elk or Lion Cabins. No exceptions. There is a limit of two pets per cabin with a pet fee of $5 per night/per pet.

Check In/Out: Check in at 3 p.m. Check out by 10 a.m.

Reservations: Reservations can be made up to 365 days in advance and a minimum of two days in advance. The units can be rented for a maximum of 14 nights. 

Reservation Fee & Deposit: Full payment is required at the time the reservation is booked, including a $10 reservation fee.

Cancellations: If the reservation is canceled in less than 24 hours in advance one night’s fees are forfeited. Campers that do not show up by 12 noon the day following the first night’s reservation will forfeit all payments and cabin/yurt will become available for first-come, first served or new reservation. If you need to cancel please call and cancel prior to arriving at the park.

No shows: Campers who do not show up by 12 noon the day following the first night’s reservation will forfeit all payments and campsite will become available for first come, first-served or new reservation.

A campsite with or without water and electric hook-up is available for use near the cabins for an additional charge.

To learn more about camping and recreation opportunities in your Arizona State Parks, see this comprehensive guide to camping in Arizona.

Learn about other Arizona State Parks with cabin rentals available

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