Camping Cabins offer a unique way to experience select Arizona State Parks. Learn more about each park's specific rules and information about their Camping Cabins by following the "Learn more" link.
Dead Horse Ranch State Park
The park's eight cabins are variably furnished with a bunk bed, a full-size bed, table, and chairs. Electricity is available in the cabins so you can bring a fan or electric heater (cabins are not equipped with air conditioner or heat). Each cabin has a barbecue and picnic table outside, plus a small individual fire ring. Cabins now have heating and cooling! There's also an electrified ramada with barbecues in the area. Family-style shower facilities are a short walk away. The cabins are tucked away from the other campgrounds at the park, making them an ideal getaway. Use your cabin as base camp for Arizona's Verde Valley! You can go fishing, sightseeing, picnicking, hiking, mountain biking, bird watching, and much more! Learn more about Camping Cabins at this park.
Roper Lake State Park
Eight cabins line the lake at Roper Lake, and are accessible by car or RV. You can watch birds take flight across the lake while keeping hold of your fishing line, with Mt. Graham standing guard in the distance. The cabins are variably furnished with bunk beds and mattresses and/or full size beds with mattress. The cabins are provided electricity, including air conditioning and heat. Open flames (candles, stove burners) are not permitted in the cabins. Picnic tables and charcoal grills are outside, and restrooms and showers are within walking distance. Learn more about Camping Cabins at this park.
Lyman Lake State Park
Overlooking Lyman Lake are four cozy log cabins with covered wood porches and comfortable features. They await campers who want to spend more time relaxing and playing than setting up camp. Just drive up, unload, and you're on your way! Cabins are furnished with 2 bunk beds with mattresses, a full-size bed with mattress, 1 table, 4 chairs, electricity, light, heat, air conditioning, and a lockable door. They are accessible by car and RV, and equipped with electric hook-ups (additional fee). Picnic table and charcoal grills make for a well-equipped outdoor setting. Restrooms and showers are within walking distance. A gift shop/store is located on park grounds. Learn more about Camping Cabins at this park.
Lyman Lake State Park
Nestled at Lyman Lake are four yurts, offering an alternative camping experience. Yurts are circular, comfortable domed tents measuring 16 feet in diameter with a canvas shell, secure lock, an open floor plan, and a skylight. Yurts are outfitted with 2 futons, 1 table, 4 chairs, and electricity. Yurts can be accessed by car and RV and have picnic tables and charcoal grills. Restrooms and showers are within walking distance. Learn more about Yurts at this park.