See Campgrounds Overview for details about the entire campground and differences in loops. No sewer hookups at any site. Click pictures for full-sized versions.
Site Map showing layout and where restrooms and shower buildings are located.
Site Map discrepancies: Site 71 (where I stayed) is a relatively new site and does have water and electric service, but is shown on Loop 59-70 in a loop does not have hookups. Site 71 and the other sites (72-74) not shown on the map are designated host sites, so are not reservable. They are sold at the park whenever they are not occupied by hosts.
Sites Without Hookups: Following are pictures of loops with no electric or water hookups at the sites. Rates for these sites in April, 2017 were $20/night.
This loop is all back-in sites.
This loop has both back-in and pull-through sites.
This loop is basically used as overflow and none of the sites are reservable.
This site is the most popular in this loop due to its size, privacy and great view of the mountains.
The slope in this site is probably one other campers have commented on about not being level.
Group – Overflow Area:
See Facility Information and call park directly for more information (480) 982-4485
RVParkReviews.com – Other campers’ opinions on camping here.
CampsitePhotos.com: Provides individual photos of all campsites.
More coming soon:
All Malia’s Miles Lost Dutchman State Park Pages:
Nearby Attractions I Explored:
Apache Trail Scenic Drive to Tortilla Flat
Boyce Thompson Arboretum
Transparency: As stated openly on my Home page, I do barter whenever possible for review space on my website. It’s one of the ways that help support my travel habit and keeps this site free to readers. But I always make it clear that my reviews are my honest opinion, can never be bought at any price and if I wasn’t satisfied, I would also state that (just like I do Pros and Cons on every campground I review, whether it’s bartered or not).