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Pinal Mountains–Sulfide Del Rey Campground

Tonto National Forest
Globe, Arizona 85501
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Pinal Mountains–Sulfide del Rey Campground
Coordinates: 33.29467, -110.86638
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About Sulfide Del Rey Campground
Sulphide Del Rey was once a site of an old mining company. The miners lived here to escape the heat of the lower elevations where they worked during the day. This site offers an exciting place to camp with the family because of the ponderosa pine and abundance in wildlife.

This site is 9 miles south of Globe. From Globe, follow paved Jess Hayes Road to the junction of Icehouse Canyon Road (Forest Road 112) and Sixshooter Canyon Road/Forest Road (FR-222). Continue on FR-112 for 2 miles to the junction of FR-55 and FR-112. Stay to the left and continue following FR-112 (which soon becomes unpaved) for another 6 miles to the site.
From Sulfide Del Rey Campground webpage

About Pinal Mountains
Pinal Peak is the highpoint of the Pinal Mountains. This large mountain is located in the Tonto National Forest about nine miles south of Globe, and is a prominent landmark in the area. A good road goes all the way to the summit of Pinal Peak, which is crowded with radio towers. Pinal Peak has several good trails on it, and a campground is located near the top.

This site is 9.25 miles southwest of Globe, in the Pinal Mountains. From Globe, follow paved Jess Hayes Road southeast to junction of Icehouse Canyon Road (Forest Road 112) and Sixshooter Canyon Road (FR-22). Continue on FR-112 for 2.25 miles to the junction of FR-55 and FR-112. Take the right fork and continue for 2.5 miles on FR-55, which soon becomes unpaved. At the junction of FR-55 and FR-651 turn left. Proceed 5 miles to the site.
From Pinal Mountains webpage