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MODERATOR NOTE: Place removed because camping is illegal here. Private Property
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There is a large parking area with pretty flat area next to ATV trails. There is a bathroom. No tent camping. Parking no more than 14 days. Beautiful scenic view of the mountains.Report Check-In
Wrong coordinates. This goes to a private court with signs about no trespassing. Bummer.Report Check-In
This place is amazing! Big campsites with LOTS of space between campsites. Fire ring at each site and the river, pretty easily accessible below the site is beautiful.Report Check-In
Drive down Elephant Rock Lane past Rio Vista road and turn left and go down to the camping sites. They are all well marked and very private. I don't think you can make it down in a big rig. it's a one lane dirt road. We made it down fine with our 24' sprinter in mid August.Report Check-In
Great BLM location, free spots, all marked. Jim is the camp host, real friendly. Spots 14, 15, 16 are nearer the river, and great spots on river for a refreshing dunk.Report Check-In
Awesome spot to camp! We stayed at site #9 which has a circle driveway and room for 2-3 rigs depending on size. Only about a 3 min hike down to the river for fishing or just relaxing. We arrived Friday morning around 9am and there were only 3 sites left but everything on the other side of the river was already full.
If you're looking for space and mostly peace and quiet this spot is much better than the other side. Only downside to #9 in particular is it is right across from the tunnel on the other side of the river so on the weekend there are a ton of people going through honking horns and revving engines into the night.Report Check-In
Nice flat spot with a fire ring walking distance to the Arkansas River. There several designated camping sites in the area that are nicely spaced apart. You can hear the River which will be nice to fall asleep to.Report Check-In
Unpaved road off of Hwy 24 and Elephant Rock Lane. I came here late February and there was a decent amount of snow on the ground. I made it down to the campsite just fine in my 2WD RAM Promaster, but headed back out you will need chains bc of the snow and slush. It doesn’t appear to have snowed in a few days, so this may be inaccessible if a large snowfall just occurred.Report Check-In