Item description for Arizona's 144 Best Campgrounds by James Tallon...
Overview When you are camping in Arizona, this revised and updated campground book is all you need. Covering eight regions, it features detailed maps to campsites and charts that summarize facilities and fishing opportunities at or near each site. Original.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 4.75" Height: 8.5" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date Apr 30, 2005
Publisher Arizona Highways Books
ISBN 1932082409 ISBN13 9781932082401
Availability 0 units.
More About James Tallon
Author-photographer James Tallon has roamed, written about, and photographed Arizona's backcountry for more than 30 years. He spent 18 months conducting research for this book. During that time, he inspected more than 215 campgrounds in preparing his list of the 144 best.
Reviews - What do customers think about Arizona's 144 Best Campgrounds?
Buy it! Jun 4, 2008
I am a HUGE fan of Jim Tallon's. This book is a must have!
Great book for those camping in AZ Feb 16, 2007
This is an outstanding book with nice pictures and accurate directions.
A must for Arizona campers Sep 19, 2005
Using this book will give you the ultimate camping experience in Arizona. Slight changes compared to previous editions, especially in opening and closing dates of the campground.
The author's "personal best" Apr 23, 1998
Author/photographer James Tallon has divided Arizona into eight regions, then included charts and maps, information on fishing sites, climate and more to make this an extremely comprehensive guide to the state'e public campgrounds. It is illustrated with page after page of full-color photographs, contained in a conveniently compact 8 3/4 x 5-inch format. Tallon admits that the campgrounds selected were his own choices for "ambiance, pulchritude and serenity." He says: "At each of the campgrounds in this book, depending on the amenities available, I tried to consider the broad spectrum of campers, from those who need nothing more than a ground cloth and a sleeping bag to those at the top of the comfort chain in bus-size motorhomes with two bedrooms and 1 1/2 baths. A common ground for campers within these extremes is an appreciation of scenery, wildlife, natural and historic wonders, and outdoor recreation--including fishing, hiking, hunting, biking and bird-watching." Tallon has roamed, written about and photographed Arizona's backcountry for over 30 years. While researching this book, he visited more than 215 campgrounds.