Camping Information

Camping at Fool Hollow Lake is available by reservations and IT WILL SELL OUT, so reserve early. Some great park resources are:

The following is the contact information for two additional camping sites in the area. Please call for information and reservations.  Both are within reasonable travel distance to the race site.

Show Low Lake Campground
[928] 537-4126
Navajo County

Lakeside Campground
[877] 444-6777
[800] 280-CAMP
National Forest

Hotel Information

There is a list of local hotels available on the Show Low Chamber of Commerce website.  All activities will be taking place at Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area.

For USAT members, discounts on Hilton Hotels are available. For a complete listing of all Hilton Hotels, visit their website. To receive the code for the discounted rates, please log in to the USA Triathlon website and click on Member Discounts.


Cool Mountain Vacations has some great rental homes and condos very close to the race venue. Check them out and make your stay a little more comfortable!


The White Mountains are filled with other local accommodations.  Cabins, condos and bed n’ breakfasts will be available for stays. A little research might make your stay in the White Mountains a little more unique and enjoyable than a simple hotel room. We will leave the search up to you, but space is out there - especially if you plan early. Check out www.vrbo.com and search for Show Low - some of the closer neighborhoods are Bison Ridge, Torreon and Sierra Pines.

The Deuces Wild Triathlon Festival includes Long Course, Olympic, and XTERRA triathlon events, as well as a Youth triathlon, so it truly is a family event! The White Mountains offer a cool reprieve from the hotter temperatures experienced in other parts of Arizona, and showcase some breathtaking scenery throughout the courses. Need more reasons to come race with us? 100% of proceeds from the events go to charity, and we are also a green event! All races will be sanctioned by USAT and are made possible with the cooperation of Arizona State Parks, AZ Game & Fish, the City of Show Low, the US Forest Service and ADOT.