If "camp more work less" is your motto, prepare for the ultimate trip. As Fourth of July approaches, these Arizona campgrounds still have availability if you want to escape the city and enjoy the great outdoors. Life's better by the campfire, right?\nGrab all of your essentials, your favorite person, and head out of town for a getaway in nature.\nFrom lakeside views and towering cacti to remote sites, there's a variety to choose from. And with availability from July 3 - July 5, you'll have an entire weekend to celebrate and rejuvenate.\nAll that you have to do now is decide which one you'll run off to.\nAlamo Lake State Park\nPrice Per Night: $15+\nAddress: Alamo Road, Wenden, AZ\nWhy You Need To Go: You can pitch a tent around the humanmade lake and indulge in water sports by day.\nBook Here\nHomolovi State Park\nPrice Per Night: $18+\nAddress: AZ-87, Winslow, AZ\nWhy You Need To Go: Seeped in history, this spot is home to cultural sites that you can visit and learn about.\nBook Here\nKartchner Caverns State Park\nPrice Per Night: $30+\nAddress: 2980 S. Hwy 90, Benson, AZ\nWhy You Need To Go: You can put up a tent or bring an RV for more of a glamping trip. By day, you can explore nearby trails and by night, stargaze.\nBook Here\nLost Dutchman State Park\nPrice Per Night: $25+\nAddress: 6109 N. Apache Trail, Apache Junction, AZ\nWhy You Need To Go: Every site has a picnic table and fire pit for telling scary campfire stories and roasting s' mores.\nBook Here\nPicacho Peak State Park\nPrice Per Night: $30+\nAddress: 15520 Picacho Peak Rd., Picacho, AZ\nWhy You Need To Go: During spring, you can find fields of blooming flowers that offer stunning floral views.\nBook Here\nIt looks like your weekend plans are set.\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.