Railroad Canyon is the gateway to the Aldo Leopold Wilderness.
Railroad Canyon campground in a great place to spend the night before beginning your trip into the Aldo Leopold Wilderness. Situated in the Black Range Mountains, the campground is a popular portal for backcountry trips. Amenities are few and the camping is lean, however, nature seekers will appreciate the myriad of trails accessible from this campground.
At a Glance
The campground is closed for the season.
Tent camping,Picnic tables,Toilets
There is no fee for this campground ($0.00).
There is a 15 day stay limit.
OHV/ATV use is prohibited in the campground.
Hunting is prohibited in the campground.
Stock is allowed in the immediate campground
Good biking can be found in the vicinity, although users should be aware of Wilderness boundary. Bicycles are not allowed in wilderness areas.
Camping & Cabins
There are 6 tent sites available on a first come, first served basis. Small campground with some rough surfaces. This area is easily overcrowded. The campground is prone to flash floods during seasonal heavy rains.
No. of Sites
No. of Accessible sites
This area offers wonderful hiking opportunities on Trails 128, 129 and 130.
This is a good spot to stay the night before heading into the Aldo Leopold Wilderness.
Horse Riding & Camping
This is a good place to begin a horse ride, although there are no horse facilities.
Wildlife abounds in this area of the Black Range. Visitors have the chance to see deer, elk, black bear, and many different species of birds.