Skyline Regional Park has 7 camping sites, offering amazing views of the surrounding mountains in the southern White Tank Mountains. Each campsite includes a parking stall 50 feet in length for RV’s and vehicles. In addition to the parking stall, there are two graded tent pads measuring 12 feet by 12 feet, a picnic table, cooking grill and fire ring. Each campsite is signed with a letter from A to G.
Overnight Camping Pass
Per Night Rate
Campsites DO NOT have water, electrical hookups, or dump stations. Each campsite includes a parking stall 50 feet in length. In addition to the parking stall, there are two graded tent pads measuring 12 feet by 12 feet, a picnic table, cooking grill and fire ring. The park has restroom facilities with sinks and toilets. No drinking water is available in the park. The park features one ADA-accessible campsite.
Within a five mile drive from the park is the Love’s Service Station that features a dump station for RV’s and showers available for a fee. The Love’s Service Station is located at the southwest corner of Miller Road and I-10.
Each campsite is signed with a letter from A to G and your reservation confirmation will have the letter of the site listed. Additionally, each site will have your confirmation paperwork posted with the name of the person who made the reservation and the duration of stay. Campsite A is designated as ADA-accessible. Overnight camping fees are $20 per night. All sites are reserved on a first-come, first-served reservation basis.
- Campsites can only be registered to park visitors 18 years of age or older.
- Reservations can be made from one (1) night up to seven (7) nights.
- Campers can only reserve a campsite within a campground for seven (7) nights within any 28-day period; however exceptions may be made by staff during off-peak seasons.
- Minimum Stay Requirement: The City of Buckeye may impose a minimum 2 or 3 night stay requirement for dates of high use during holidays and special events. Specific holidays include: Martin Luther King Day, President’s Day, Easter, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, and Thanksgiving.
- Camping fees may be discounted or waived for non-profit organizations by the department director or designee in exchange for volunteer services in the park. The non-profit organization must submit a request in writing to the department director’s attention.
Campsite Arrival & Departures
- Campers may arrive at their site no earlier than 1pm and must vacate the site by 11am on their date of departure.
- Camping equipment or personal property may not be placed on site until 1pm and new campers may not place any equipment on any site until the previous rental party has vacated.
- All equipment, personal belongings and trash must be removed from your campsite before departing.
- An access code will be provided to campers who reserved in advance at the time of reservation for gate entry into and out of the park after the park closes at 10pm. If the gate does not open after entering the access code, please contact the City of Buckeye Parks Division at 623-695-6980. In non-emergency situations, please contact the Buckeye Police Department at 623-349-6400. For same day rental, there is no reentry into the park after 10pm.
Campsite Occupancy & Vehicles
- Each camp site accommodates one RV/trailer with one vehicle – or – two vehicles. Additional vehicles are not allowed overnight.
- Campsites were not designed to accommodate overnight stays by equestrians and their horses, therefore no horses are permitted in the camping area.
- Quiet hours are from 10pm to sunrise. Audio equipment must not disturb other campers.
- Camper’s equipment must be kept within the camp site and not stored on adjacent sites or in parking areas.
- Pets must be on a leash at all times and must not disturb other campers, visitors or park staff. Pet waste must be picked up and disposed of into trash containers.
- Campfires may be banned during dry and warm weather conditions. Signage will be posted at the camping area to inform renters whether campfires are permitted. If fires are permitted, they are only allowed in the fire pit and may not be left unattended. Fires must be fully extinguished before left unattended.
- All native plants, animals, and minerals, alive or dead, are protected and must not be disturbed, removed or collected, which includes gathering wood or picking wildflowers.
- Clotheslines, lanterns, pet leashes, wiring and other articles may not be strung across or secured to vegetation or other park property.
- Sites must be kept clean and orderly at all times. Any trash is to be disposed in the dumpster west of restroom near the equestrian lot. Do not leave trash bags or garbage stockpiled at the camp site or at nearby trash cans.
- At no time should black or gray water be disposed of in the park or restrooms, which will result in the immediate removal from the park and the forfeiture of all fees.
Refunds will not be given for bugs, weather, campfire bans, wildlife, early departures or general dissatisfaction of the facilities. Refunds will only be approved for malfunctioning facilities/camping sites, medical emergencies, or other extreme conditions for the unused portion of the reservation.
Rental fees are refundable if cancellation occurs at least 10 working days prior to the rental date by contacting Recreation staff at 623-349-6350. A $2.00 cancellation fee will be assessed. Renters will forfeit their prepaid rental fees if the cancellation is made less than 10 working days in advance of the rental period.No refunds will be issued for same day rentals.
Reserve a Campsite
In order serve a campsite, click the link below to complete the Campsite Reservation Form. Once your request has been received , you will be contacted via phone by a team member of the City of Buckeye Parks and Recreations department to finalize your request. Please allow for 24-48 hours for a response.