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Parker: Buckskin Mountain State Park Buckskin Mountain State Park has a campground, cabana sites, beach, hiking trails, restrooms, showers, boat ramp, picnic area, basketball and volleyball court, playground, restaurant, camp store, arcade, gas dock, and ranger station. The RV & Tent sites have water and 30 amp electric available, 15 of the sites also have a sewer connection (Sites #7, 22, 31-38, 62-68). Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the park, and on the north beach only. Dogs on a leash no longer than 6 feet are allowed in the park and on the beach east of boat ramp.Parker: River Island State Park River Island State Park offers campsites, a ramada, sandy beach, cove, and boat launch area. 29 RV-deep campsites (up to 65 feet deep) with 50, 30, and 20-amp service, all with water. Tucson area: Coronado National Forest Coronado National Forest is a network of federal forestlands located in Southeastern Arizona.
Some campgrounds permit pet camping only in designated sites. Dauphin Island: Dauphin Island Campground, 109 Bienville Blvd., Dauphin Island, AL 36528 The Dauphin Island Campground is a dog friendly camping area.The park has a trail for hiking and access to OHV back country roads. Eight beachfront campsites on grass overlooking Colorado River with 20-amp service, water. Campsites are available from an elevation of 3,000 feet up to 9,000 feet, offering a year round season of camping opportunities. ARKANSAS Arkansas State Parks Campgrounds Thirty-two of Arkansas's 52 state parks feature campsites.Most campgrounds have toilets/outhouses and potable drinking water sources, and many are located near paved roads. Most of the campgrounds at Coronado National Forest allow dogs, though they are required to be leashed while in developed areas. Wilcox: Chiricahua National Monument Pets are allowed in Bonita Canyon Campground, but must be leashed at all times. Sites #7, 14, 16, 40, 41, 42, 44, & 46 are non-electric. Sites include both back-in and pull-through sites which can handle large rigs. Sites are located in scenic settings and range from primitive, hike-in tent sites to those with modern conveniences including water, electric and sewer hookups.Pets on a leash are allowed on the Palo Verde Trail, Campground Perimeter Trail, and all roads open to visitors, including the paved campground areas.Pets are not permitted on any other trails or in the wilderness. No sites have been developed or designated for basic dry camping.