It is our mission to create an island of reflection and hope, peace, and beauty. This shall be a place to observe and work with nature, set in one of the most unique places on earth.
After 70 years and many fires and floods later, we are still standing. The Forest Service wants to move us to a flood plain location at great cost in time and dollars. We don't want to say that we are closing, we are available for day use only. In 2011, the Horseshoe 2 fire burned 83% of the Chiricahua Mountains but our camp trees are 80% recovered. The Forest Service thinks it is too much of a flood risk. We have a plan: we will provide a proposal to mitigate the problems and propose it. We need your help and your voice to let them know you are for this. We have launched Pine Canyon Camp Radio and are looking for more voices. Contact me, Director MaryLou, to make arrangements.read more
Pine Canyon Camp is a special place: a sky island where four Southwest climates converge to create a unique geology, flora and fauna. We love to be here because it is a place of interpersonal connection, a place to have fun, and a place to be yourself in the fresh mountain air. Located just 100 miles southeast of Tucson, AZ, we are 10 miles from the Chiricahua National Monument.read more