The Bonita Canyon Campground is located in the Chiricahua National Monument. It is a small campground centrally located within the park. There are lots of low overhanging trees close to the edge of the road and the roads are quit narrow so I would not recommend anything over 25 feet. Most of the sites will fit anything that will fit down the campground roads. Each site is equipped with a fire pit, a cooking grill and a picnic table. Reservations are required to camp here. There a restroom facilities but not sure if there were showers. The sites are non electrical and water is available. Definitely a good spot for a few nights if you plan on doing a few of the excellent hikes within the park.
This site is in the Aspen loop which is the most spaced out loop of any of the loops in the campground. This site has really nice space and when tree growth is grown in would provide adequate privacy. The pad however has been washed out a little bit so takes a little extra leveling.
Site is bigger than it looks in the photos but most of the space is between the fire ring and the tent pad. The tent pad is about 10 feet from the windy road. The vegetation between the road and the tent pad was pretty thin so we got a lot of headlights on us through the night.
We ended up parking parallel to the road which both stopped our vehicle from bisecting the site and blocked the view of the porta potty across the road.
Good spacing from the neighboring sites.
Stayed here with my 2 young kids (5 and 3) and we had a good time. We did most of the mt tom hike and the kids mostly enjoyed it. The on site naturalist gave us a private presentation about beavers which included a dam building activity.
The paved bike path was partially completed and looks to be a great feature of the park.
Spacious flat site with good privacy. Biggest drawback is the worn wide path to the adjacent outhouse. We were able to smell it from the site at times and it was hard to ignore the folks coming to use it.
We were able to easily fit a 20 foot travel trailer with attached SUV in the driveway. Non electric site so we were boondocking.
Nearby water station was handy and not visible from the site.
Spacious site but is open ground to a line of campsites next to each other. Backs up to shaded woods. Tree create good cover. Great for tent camping. 2 tents table 2 canopies and chairs with 2 dogs and had room for car and to walk around. Bathrooms weren't too far from site
This site had good tree growth around it and had a good amount of space. We had our 19ft camper, clam set up and dogs with toe out set up and felt like there was a good amount of room. Only draw back is the side facing street is thin in trees so you can see right through to the site across there way.
The site itself was great overall. Spacious and nice. Our 30ft camper fit great with plenty of room for hanging out, a picnic area and fire ring area. There is also a set of trees that work for a hammock if you're into that! A couple of things to note.. the site is sitting on a walking path from one loop road to the bathrooms. There is no shrubs to separate the path and site and it is right there so people walking by (which was very often for us) is a bit uncomfortable. We had people stop and talk to us as well, so if you're not into making friends with strangers or being outside and having people walking right next to you, this isn't the site for you. It is also somewhat across from the path to the beach. There was constant traffic which brought a lot of noise. Not a big deal, but something to keep in mind.
I'm not sure why it says this site is non electric as that isn't true, I believe all of the sites in Beechwwod have electricity. Great site, BUT, do beware of the trees. We just camped there and during a storm in the middle of the night two trees fell, landing on our tents and bikes. Amazingly everyone got out just before the trees fell. Wonderful campground though!