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Coronado National Forest reopens more sites

Posted at 10:04 AM, Jun 11, 2020
and last updated 2020-06-11 13:04:42-04

TUCSON, Ariz. — Coronado National Forest is reopening facilities.

Visitors are asked to limit their party size and practice social distancing.

“We are delighted to see our visitors enjoying our recreation areas as they reopen,” said Kerwin Dewberry, Coronado National Forest Supervisor, in a statement. “We are pleased to continue our phased reopening of our sites and facilities.”

The following are expected to reopen Wednesday June 11:

Safford RD
Clark Peak Corrals Campground (restrooms open)
Round the Mountain Campground (restrooms open)
Columbine Corrals Campground (restrooms open)

The following areas were also recently reopened:

Douglas Ranger District
Herb Martyr Campground (restrooms open)
Sycamore Campground (restrooms open)

Nogales Ranger District
Bog Springs Campground (restrooms open)

Sierra Vista Ranger District
Reef Townsite Campground and Group Site (restrooms open)
Ramsey Vista Campground (restrooms open)
Lakeview Campground (restrooms open)
Rock Bluff Group Site (restrooms open)

Safford RD
Arcadia Campground (restrooms open)
Noon Creek Campground (restrooms open)
Riggs Flat Campground (portable toilets)
Shannon Campground (restrooms open)
Soldier Creek Campground (restrooms open)

Santa Catalina RD
General Hitchcock Campground (restrooms open)
Peppersauce Campground (restrooms open)
Sabino Canyon Recreation Area lower (main) parking lot

Concessionaire sites to re-open with the exception of group sites:
Rose Canyon Campground (concessionaire will open restrooms)
Spencer Canyon Campground (concessionaire will open restrooms)

Visit for site restrictions.