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Burnt Corral Campground

Statistics Elevation
1920'
Season
 All Year
Days Limit
14
Fee
Yes
Units
79
Trailer Limit
22'
GPS Location
 33 37' 32.11"N
111 12' 14.45"W
Access
Dirt/Paved
 
Amenities Potable Water
Yes
Waste Disposal
No
Restrooms
Vault
Showers
No
Reservations
No
Store Nearby
Marina
Campsite Grills
Yes
Campsite Tables
Yes
Fire Rings
Yes
Utility Hookups
No
Information
928-467-3200
Firewood
Bring It
Fishing Supplies
Marina
Laundry
Globe
Gas & Propane
Marina
ATV Use
No
Visitor Center
Marina
 
Fish Species Rainbow Trout
Yes
Cutthroat Trout
-
Brook Trout
-
Brown Trout
-
Apache Trout
-
Crappie
Yes
Yellow Bass
-
Flathead Catfish
Yes
Tilapia
-
Yellow Perch
-
Carp
-
Redear Sunfish
-
Bluegill
-
Green Sunfish
-
Walleye
-
Northern Pike
-
Channel Catfish
Yes
Sunfish
Yes
Smallmouth Bass
Yes
Largemouth Bass
Yes
Striped Bass
-
White Bass
-
Arctic Grayling
-
Bullhead
-
Fly and Lure Only
-
Acreage
2500
Body of Water Depth
240'
Catch and Release Areas
-
Boats Allowed
Yes
Motor Limit
Unlimited
Boat Rentals
Marina

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Burnt Corral Campground - Apache Lake - Arizona

Burnt Corral Campground is located on the upper end of Apache Lake just off of the Apache Trail, a scenic route that links Mesa and Roosevelt Lake. Along the way you will pass historic Tortilla Flat and nearby Canyon Lake. The drive alone is worth the trip along the Apache Trail. RV's may be too large to take as the switchbacks can get pretty tight in some places. The trip is much easier in an SUV. The maximum vehicle limit is 40' on the Apache Trail.

Apache Lake Marina has some supplies including fishing gear, a public phone and boat rentals. Watersports include windsurfing, fishing, skiing, personal watercraft, hiking. There is a paved boat ramp located at the campground along with a fish cleaning station and a courtesy dock. The campground is wheelchair accessible and all camp units and trails are made of compacted gravel. A boat is not needed but will increase your chances of landing a fish at Apache Lake. Rainbow trout, largemouth and smallmouth bass, crappie, sunfish, channel catfish and flathead catfish are all present in Apache Lake.

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Directions

From Apache Junction Drive north on State Hwy. 88 for 38 miles to the F.R. 183/Burnt Corral Recreation Area junction. turn left and follow the road to the campground.

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