Area Status: Open
Campgrounds still open between September and May have no services (water, electric, trash pick up or rest rooms). Please keep them clean and pack it out. Thanks!
Pine Point Campground is 1/2 mile north of North Canyon Campground on the east side of the reservoir on Forest Rd. 603 midway up the lakeshore. It has views of high peaks to the northwest. Its 30 shady sites include several pull-thru and larger sites for trailers and RVs. There are 15 reservable sites and 15 non-reservable sites. Some are near the water, but the area is not well protected for mooring boats. A sheltered area for boats and an open play area are just south. Commercial development on the east side of the reservoir is limited to resorts north of Pine Point. They have camping services, but gasoline is not available.
At a Glance
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Twenty miles north of Bayfield, Pine Point Campground is 1/2 mile north of North Canyon Campground on Forest Rd. 603, at the middle of the lake.
Pine Point Campground area map.
The 30 shady sites include several pull-through and larger sites for trailers and RVs. Some are near the water, but the area is not well protected for mooring boats.
Water, trash pickup, tables, fireplaces (firewood available, you gather), ample parking, and vault toilets. Operated by concessionaire.
Attractions & Considerations
There are good views of the high peaks to the northwest.
A sheltered area for boats and an open play area are just south of the campground.
The only commercial development on the east side of the reservoir is the resorts just north of Pine Point. They have most camper services, but gasoline is not available.
Graham Creek Campground: About 1/2 mile south of North Canyon Campground is Graham Creek Campground, with 25 sites and a rough, natural-surface boat ramp. The hillside sites are about 100 yards from the high-water line, and offer a choice of sun or shade.
Old Timers Picnic Area: Old Timers is on the south shore of Vallecito Reservoir, 2 miles south of Graham Creek Campground. Eleven well-shaded sites provide a cool, intimate setting on a gentle hillside near the water.
East Creek Trail - Brook trout can be caught in this lightly used, scenic drainage.
North Canyon Trail - The trail takes you through ponderosa pine and aspen forests. A scenic overlook of Vallecito Reservoir is available on a side trail along the way.
Vallecito Reservoir: The reservoir is a very popular fishing spot, with anglers going after German brown trout, cutthroat trout, rainbow trout, kokanee salmon, and northern pike.