There are no camping facilities within the park. Motels, stores, trailer parks, and campgrounds can be found in the nearby towns of Wilcox and Bowie.
Campgrounds are located nearby:
Chiricahua National Monument, 25 miles to the southwest.
Indian Bread Rocks, BLM, 8 miles to the north/northwest. 8 miles north/northwest; Unique rock formations surround this recreation area. Picnicking, hiking, and camping opportunities are available.
Hot Well Dunes, BLM, 33 miles north. Hot tubs and sand dunes await visitors at this BLM managed recreation spot.
Coronado National Forest - numerous camping opportunities exist, both developed and undeveloped. One of the closer National Forest campgrounds to Fort Bowie is Cochise Stronghold. Explore hiking trails, ghost towns, lakes and streams, and more on the nearby Coronado National Forest
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