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FEMA - Camps - Arizona

Author: Edward L Winston
Added: August 31st, 2009

These are FEMA camps in the State of Arizona - for a complete list please refer to the list of camps page.

These camps originate from many combined lists of supposed camps from all over the Internet. For more information see the FEMA camps page.


There are a supposedly a total of 8 FEMA camps in Arizona; in reality none of the listed locations are FEMA camps.

Actual Stats:

Airports: 1
Former Internment Camp: 2
Former POW Camps: 2
Military Forts: 1
Prisons: 1
Nothing at all: 1

Table of Contents

  1. Davis-Monthan AFB
  2. Florence
  3. Ft. Huachuca
  4. Phoenix
  5. Pinal County
  6. Sedona
  7. Wickenburg
  8. Yuma County

Davis-Monthan AFB

(Tucson) - Fully staffed and presently holding prisoners!!

There was a POW camp on Davis-Monthan Air Force Base between June 1945 and March 1946 and it housed 400 Germans. The POW camp no longer exists. There is no federal prison, or any other type of civilian holding facility on the base[14].


WWII prison camp NOW RENOVATED, OPERATIONAL with staff & 400 prisoners, operational capacity of 3,500.

There were a lot of POW camps in Florence, but none have been renovated or are operational[14]. There are no federal prisons in Florence that I could find, but there is a state prison[15].

Ft. Huachuca

20 miles from Mexican border, 30 miles from Nogales Rex '84 facility. Emergency Custodial Facility.

What exactly makes Ft. Huachuca a "REX-84" facility isn't known, as conspiracy theorists designate this to any military location where federal urban training occurs. While REX-84 is a real thing, Ft. Huachuca is not a real camp.


Federal Prison Satellite Camp. Main federal facility expanded.

There is indeed a federal prison in Phoenix. Apparently any federal prison is a FEMA camp to conspiracy theorists. I guess conspiracy theorists think federal crimes either don't exist or that federal prisoners should simply be executed[16].

Pinal County

on the Gila River - WWII Japanese detention camp. May be renovated.

There was a WWII Japanese Relocation Camp in Pinal County but it no longer exists, and thus is not being renovated. I wonder where they get their information? It "may be renovated"? Says who? Oh right, they just make this shit up.


Sedona - site of possible UN base

There's no UN bases, but there sure are a bunch of crazies who think there are vortices all over Sedona, and they also peddle other New Age garbage in town[17][18].


Airport is ready for conversion; total capacity unknown.

This is just stupid. The Wickenburg Airport is a tiny municipal airport which is probably going to be shut down due to expanding housing development, in fact the FAA and AOPA are not going to make any effort to save the airport. Conversion? Maybe to more desert[19].

Yuma County

Colorado River - Site of former Japanese detention camp (near proving grounds). This site was completely removed in 1990 according to some reports.

Yes, it was indeed completely removed and no longer exists.