Creek Equestrian Campground was designed for the
camper who has horses in mind. All of the campsites are
well spaced and offer plenty of room for large trailers.
The campground is at a nice elevation of approx 6000' and
is surrounded by pine trees which makes a nice summertime
to the U.S. Forest Service, "The campground has been
completely redeveloped as a cooperative venture of the Prescott
National Forest and the Desert Saddlebag Club of Phoenix, Arizona.
Both groups contributed time, materials, and money towards the
camp's construction. Both a volunteer host and a volunteer custodian
are on duty to assist visitors to the site."
are several nice trails in the area to exercise your horses including
the Groom Creek Loop Trail.
of the campsites are on a first come first served basis.
The rest of the campsites are by reservation only, and you
must make reservations at least five days in advance by
calling the Bradshaw District Office at 928-443-8000.
Prescott take Gurley St. East to Mt. Vernon Ave. Then Take
Mt. Vernon Ave. otherwise known as Senator Highway South
6.5 miles to Groom Creek. The campground is just 0.7 miles
south of the center of the city.
Although this water trough was overturned, there were
a few more in great shape.