Camp at Pinball Point

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Added by Mayowa Adelugba

Situated at 6,400 feet in the middle of striking landscapes of red rock formations and beautiful vegetation, Pinball Point is a beautiful, secluded, developed campsite managed by the Bureau of Land Management. 

This amazing campsite has river access (freezing cold!), beautiful scenic views of red rocks and rock faces in varying shades of brown and tan. It's the only campsite at this location so feel lucky that this whole area is just yours. Beautiful views of the moon and stars and get ready for the rushing Colorado River to lull you to sleep and if you sleep light expect a train or two in the middle of the night... 

Pack List

  • Camping gear (Tent, sleeping bag, etc.)
  • Bug Spray
  • Fishing Gear
  • Camera

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Camping, Canoeing, Chillin, Fishing, Kayaking, Photography, Rafting, Stand Up Paddle

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Year Round


Dog Friendly
Easy Parking
Handicap Accessible
Picnic Area

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