Welcome to the LDMA Stanton Camp

A historic Ghost Town in Yavapai County, Arizona

Patented land with Antelope Creek running through with seasonal water. This is a picturesque camp in the heart of the Weaver-Rich Hill Mining District where “spud-sized” gold nuggets were found in 1863 by Pauline Weaver. The property was an abandon ghost town which has been restored.

Size: 120 Acres (Main Camp)

Season: Sept. 1 - May 31

Amenities: Electric/Water Hook-Up Sites (131), Electric Only Hook-Up Sites (11), Dry Camping, Dump Station, Water, Restrooms, Showers, Laundry with Washer & Dryer, historic Opera House (clubhouse), and Kitchen use.

Mining Equipment Allowed: Dredge, Highbanker, Trommel, Drywasher, Rocker Boxes, Sluice, Crevassing, Panning and Metal Detecting.

Member Rate Camping Fees: Full 50 amp service - $15/day, Full 30 amp service - $12/day, Electric - $10/day, Dry - $3/day

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