Closures remain in place in Coronado, Apache-Sitgreaves national forests

Google Maps. Cloresures of developed recreation sites on the Coronado and Apache-Sitgreave national forests remain in place.

SAFFORD – The U.S. Forest Service announced closures of developed recreation sites on the Coronado and Apache-Sitgreaves national forests will continue for the foreseeable future.

In addition, the Swift Trail gate on Mount Graham will also remain closed while personnel perform road maintenance and remove snow.

The gate at milepost 136 was originally scheduled to open April 15.

Developed recreation sites that remain closed include:

● Blackjack, Coal Creek, Granville, Strayhorse, Honeymoon, and Upper and Lower Juan Miller campgrounds in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest.

● Upper Arcadia, Stockton Pass, Twilight, Arcadia, Clark Peak, Cunningham, Hospital Flat, Upper Hospital Flat, Noon Creek, Riggs Flat, Round the Mountain, Shannon, Soldier Creek, Stockton Pass, Twilight Group, Snow Flat, Treasure Park and Columbine group sites and campgrounds in the Coronado National Forest.