Parks, Trails & Campgrounds

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Constellation RV Campground

1201 Constellation Road

Facility Information

  • 35 spaces
  • Pad type: dirt
  • Dry camping only (no electric, water, or bathroom facilities).
  • Only self-contained recreational/camping vehicles allowed. No tent camping.
  • Pet friendly. Horses welcome.
  • ATV/OHV's welcome.
  • No reservations required. First come, first serve. There is no camp host on site. 
  • $8 per night, per vehicle or $12 per night with a horse stall.
  • Payment to be made at campground upon arrival with cash or check only, placed in drop box. 
  • 7 night consecutive stay maximum, then must vacate for 30 days.
  • Quiet hours: 9:30 pm - 7:00 am.

About

The Constellation RV Campground, across the street from the Everett Bowman Rodeo Grounds, offers dry camping only with beautiful views, access to nearby trails, and outstanding views of the night sky. To view an areal map of the facility, click here.

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RV Rally

Community Center RV Parking

160 North Valentine

Facility Information

  • 30 spaces
  • Pad type: asphalt
  • Hook ups: 20 amp, 30 amp, 50 amp
  • Partial hookups: electric and water. No sewer. 
  • Pet friendly.
  • Walking distance to historic downtown Wickenburg.
  • Advanced reservations required.
  • Quiet hours: 9:30 pm - 7:00 am.
  • Check-in Time: 3:00 pm; Check-out Time: 12:00pm

About

The Wickenburg Community Center RV Parking is centrally located in the heart of Wickenburg. The RV spaces are available for single use or can accommodate RV rally groups. RV rally groups have the option of access to the Wickenburg Community Center Banquet Room, kitchen, and bathrooms with an additional fee. Advanced reservations are required for all single use or RV rally group rentals.

Pricing

Single Use: $44 per night, per rig plus tax

RV Rally Groups: $44 per night, per rig plus tax. Optional access to Banquet Room $82.50 per night. $500 refundable deposit required if renting Banquet Room.

Advanced Reservations Required

Call (928) 668-0565 between the hours of Monday - Thursday, 7:00 am - 5:00 pm. 








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  2. Trails


Come Outside and Play!

Wickenburg offers a variety of parks with diverse amenities for all ages. Our parks are open 6:00 am - 10:00 pm daily. See below for details on each of our family-friendly parks.

Boetta Park

Boetto Park

155 South Jefferson Street

Facility Information

  • benches
  • exercise stations
  • Henry Wickenburg historic home
  • multi-use concrete path
  • picnic tables
  • playground
  • restrooms

About

Tour Boetto Park to view its many unique features, including:

  • Viola Wellik bronze appreciation plaque
  • One-of-a-kind Arizona marble sculpture by Sunrise Mine; the Vietnamese marble base was donated by former Senator John McCain and Mrs. McCain
  • Unique displays of Wickenburg History
  • The park is named for the Boetto family. John Boetto (1874-1957) was an immigrant from northern Italy who arrived in Wickenburg in 1907. Mr. Boetto was the first chief of the Wickenburg Volunteer Fire Department.

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Coffinger Park

175 East Swilling Avenue

Facility Information

  • benches
  • BBQ grills
  • multi-use concrete path
  • multi-use field with lights
  • municipal pool
  • picnic tables
  • playground
  • ramada with lights (1)
  • recreation building
  • restrooms
  • skate park
  • tennis courts with lights (2)

About

Coffinger Park is located in downtown Wickenburg. There are many large open areas of green grass and mature shade trees. This is a wonderful family park and is often used to host picnics, birthday parties, reunions, weddings, and more.

The park is named for Howard L. Coffinger (1908-1974), a former Wickenburg mayor, school board member, and longtime operator of a local funeral home and ambulance service.

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Dog Park

3390 West Wickenburg Way

Facility Information

  • canine obstacle course
  • fenced area for large dogs
  • fenced area for small dogs
  • picnic tables
  • ramada (1)
  • waste receptacles and bags
  • water for animals

About

The Wickenburg Dog Park is an off-leash, fenced in area, open to the public and their dogs to safely play and get exercise. The Dog Park is owned by the Town of Wickenburg and operated by the nonprofit organization Wickenbug Dog Park, Inc. The organization operates the park solely on donations.

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Maguire Park

Maguire Park

480 West American Street

Facility Information

  • basketball court (1)
  • BBQ grills
  • picnic tables
  • playground
  • ramada (1)
  • restrooms

About

Maquire Park is a small park located near several of Wickenburg's most family-friendly neighborhoods.

The park is named for Charles L. "The Squire" (1878-1961) and Sylvia (1892-1970) Maguire; prominent residents and philanthropists. Arriving in Wickenburg in 1947, the Maguires financed or developed many of the community's well-known buildings including St. Alban's Episcopal Church, Ranch de los Caballeros, the Wickenburg Country Club, and the Sunny Cove Heights, Maguire Addition, and Country Club Acres neighborhoods. 

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Sunset Park

3020 West Wickenburg Way

Facility Information

  • baseball fields with lights (4 total, 2 being multi-use fields)
  • basketball court with lights (1)
  • batting cages
  • BBQ grills
  • benches
  • concessions building
  • pickleball courts with lights (10)
  • playground
  • ramadas with lights (3)
  • restrooms
  • sand volleyball court (1)
  • splash pad
  • tennis court with lights (1)
  • walking path around perimeter of park

About

Sunset Park is a sports and recreation complex that houses many youth and adult activities. 

The property was donated by the late George and Viola Wellik; local philanthropists who owned the historic Flying E Guest Ranch nearby. 

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 Stone Park

Stone Park

164 East Apache Street

Facility Information

  • benches
  • picnic tables
  • restrooms (available in Town Hall and during normal operating hours of the Library)
  • Wickenburg time capsule

About

Stone Park is a unique respite for visitors to Wickenburg's historic downtown and is nestled between Town Hall and the Wickenburg Public Library. The park is ideal for picnics and frequently hosts craft fairs and other community events. 

The park is named for Russell E Stone, a former Wickenburg mayor and councilman who served during World War II.

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Wishing Well Park & The Hassayampa River Walk Event Bridge

333 East Wickenburg Way

Facility Information

  • benches
  • restrooms
  • Wishing Well attraction