Mud Springs Campground and South Prong Trailhead
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DESCRIPTION: Open ponderosa pine forest. Nine steel horse pens, no loading ramp, horse to be penned while in campground. Trail #821 South Prong trailhead to Black Canyon Wilderness.
ELEVATION: 5000 feet
FACILITIES: information board, fire pits, gravel campsite spurs, vault toilet, NO potable water, 9 horse corrals
SITES: 6 family sites, size & number of trailer sites limited (no waste dump).
Campground Map – click for larger versionSPECIAL ACTIVITIES:
OPERATED BY: Forest Service
ACCESSIBILITY LEVEL: Limited. Barriers within site. Toilet building has barrier-free design with short gravel approach path.