The Rolfe C. Hoyer Campground is located in the cozy town of Greer, Arizona and is the largest, most popular place to camp in the area. At an elevation of over 8,300 feet and nestled under ponderosa pine, the campground enjoys cool temperatures and is just across from Greer Lake, drawing thousands of boaters and trout fishers each year. The Squirrel Spring Trailhead is located just outside the park, and many follow that path to surround themselves by the area's picturesque wildlife and terrain. Nature walks are facilitated by program directors at the campground, and there's also an amphitheater where various educational programs are held. Winter sports like skiing, snow shoeing and sledding are also popular so don't forget your gear!
Amenities at the park include: fire rings, grills, picnic tables, water, sewerage, restrooms, showers, paved roads and parking. See you soon!