Rustler Park Campground
Rustler Park is a wildflower-carpeted meadow high in the Chiricahuas. Around the turn of the century, rustlers concealed stolen stock there while altered brands healed and pursuit cooled. Today, the meadow provides a cool mountain respite from the deserts below. Rimmed with Douglas-fir and ponderosa pine, the meadow is sprinkled with seasonal wildflowers. Campsites at Rustler Park are scattered along access roads that have been purposefully kept out of the meadow to avoid damaging fragile plants and soils. Since the Horseshoe II fire in 2011, the campground has been rebuilt and the campsites now have canopies to give visitors shade.
|Business Name||Rustler Park Campground|
|Business Genre||Campgrounds, Outdoor Recreation|
|Business Website Address||https://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/coronado/recreation/camping-cabins/recarea/?recid=25410&actid=29|
|Business Phone Number||(520) 364-3468|
|Business Address||42D Forest Rd., San Simon, AZ|