There are no CGs in either of the Saguaro NP units (one on the east and one on the west side of Tucson) but this county park CG is so close to the western unit that it is an effective substitute. Take Speedway Blvd. (Exit 257) from I-10 and go west about nine miles. The road changes to Gates Pass Road and then to Kinney. The CG is on McCain Loop Road which leaves and reconnects with Kinney. Its a very short run to the Saguaro NP. The CG is at about 2,400 feet of elevation. There are 135 campsites, all with electric. Sites can be reserved. Any non-reserved site is FCFS. Roads are paved and sites have level crushed rock. Various species of bushes and large rocks provide pretty good privacy. Cacti, especially saguaro, abound. The sites are large (easy to fit trailer and TV) and while close, are not jammed together. Each site has a table but no fire ring because fires are not permitted (charcoal grills are OK). The fee is $20 per night. I had site A74. I didnt understand the naming system because the CG has Loops A, B (tents only), C & H. Water spigots are spaced around the loops and each loop has a rest room with flush toilets. There are also trash facilities and a dump station. Generators are not allowed. Quiet hours are 10:00 PM to 8:00 AM. The fact that there is a seven day limit tells me that this park is a popular place in cooler weather. Im sure a lot of snowbirds stay there. When I arrived in mid-afternoon, however, it was 104F and only 12-14 sites were occupied. This made it very quiet at night. That, the warm weather and starry skies (except to the east where Tucson is) made this a very pleasant place to stay. I liked it and would have stayed longer if it hadnt been $20/night. I forgot to take pictures of my campsite in Gilbert Ray CG but this view from the Saguaro NP is very representative of the campground.