Coyote Howls Campground & RV Park is located in the heart of Arizona's Great Sonoran Desert. We are surrounded by low mountains and plentiful in desert vegetation and wildlife. From your campsite, you can enjoy a stroll in the desert or watch the various wildlife in the area.

Coyote Howls is a combination of two campgrounds to provide your ideal desert camping experience. The two campgrounds that make up Coyote Howls are simply Coyote Howls East and Coyote Howls west.

Coyote Howls East Campground consists of nearly 208 acres with 600 campsites. The sites are large, random in shape and placement. These are our "primitive camps". There are no hookups, so your trailer or RV needs to be self-contained. There are, however, restrooms, showers, dump stations, and water faucets scattered throughout the park. Propane is sold across the highway. All you need are solar panels or a generator to enjoy the beauty of the desert.

Coyote Howls West Campground, the former Las Plamas RV Park, has Full Hook Ups. It consists of 38 sites with electric, sewer, and water hookups. Surrounded by various desert plants, Coyote Howls West has roomy pull through and non-pull through sites.

The campgrounds are 60 miles south of Gila Bend, 90 miles north of Rocky Point, and 120 miles west of Tucson.

We are close to the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument and close enough for a day trip to Puerto Penasco (Rocky Point), Mexico.