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Prescott Watson Lake Park Video
  • Next to Point of Rocks!

    Stay at Point of Rocks RV Campground, a full service RV campground. Click to Open Driving Directions

  • Trail & Park Map

    Click to the: Watson Lake Trail Map

  • Our Watson Lake Page

    View our Watson Lake page for detailed information, events, rental service & more videos! Click to view Watson Lake

  • Information

    Click above to play our video. Watson Lake Loop. Approximately 4.8 miles in length for the entire loop around the lake. The Northshore trail covers rocky steep terrain, the Over the Hill trail covers rocky and slightly more moderate terrain, and the Peavine and Lower Granite Creek Trail are relatively flat in comparison. There is a $3 parking fee at Watson Lake Park. (free on Wednesdays) View the; City page of Watson Lake

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  • Next to Point of Rocks!

    Stay with us at Point of Rocks RV Campground, a full service RV campground

  • Drive Distance

    4 min drive from Point of Rocks RV Campground Click to Open Driving Directions

  • Information

    Click above to play our video. Hike, Bike or Horseback Trails. To drive, turn left out of the campground. Turn left on Prescott Lakes Pkwy and take an immediate left on Sundog Ranch Rd. Continue on Sundog Ranch Rd. to trailhead parking. Enjoy views of Watson Lake and Granite Dells, as well as wildlife viewing. The Peavine is a 6 mile one-way trail that was originally built by the Santa Fe Railway in 1893. The Peavine connects with the Iron King Trail for another 4 mile trek along railroad bed. $3 parking fee (free Wed) City page of the Peavine Trail

  • Rating & Map

    Hike: • Distance: 1.5-mile loop • Rating: This Storm Ranch hike is rated Blue (Intermediate) with a couple steep/strenuous sections. Storm Ranch Map

Prescott Willow Lake Park
  • Across from Point of Rocks!

    Stay at Point of Rocks RV Campground, a full service campground. Click to Open Driving Directions

  • Trail & Park Map

    Click to the: Willow Lake Trail Map

  • Information

    Best suited for hiking, this trail is considered a very advanced mountain biking trail. Turn left out of the campground. Take the roundabout to the right. Continue on Watson Lake Rd to Willow Creek Rd. Turn right on Willow Creek Rd to Heritage Park Rd. Turn right on Heritage Park Rd. then an immediate turn right on Heritage Park Creek Rd. Continue to the parking area at the Willow Creek Boat Ramp. Trailhead starts at the parking area. These rugged trails run through the Dells over granite rock outcrops, and along the north edge of Willow Lake. $3.00 fee for parking (free on Wednesdays)

Prescott Granite Gardens next to Point of Rocks RV Campground
  • Next to Point of Rocks!

    7 min drive from Point of Rocks RV Campground. Click to Open Driving Directions

  • Trail Map

    Click for the: Granite Gardens Trail Map

  • Information

    Hiking Only. Turn right out of the campground. Take Hwy 89 less than 1 mile to the dirt road entrance on the right side. Utilize the address below to help guide you.This trail network is a favorite with kids, with ups and downs, tunnels and a creek. Check out the Stairway Trail and squeeze through the Grotto. 2523 E Granite Gardens Dr. - Free parking.

Prescott Constellation Trail close to Point of Rocks RV Campground
  • Distance & Directions

    5 min drive from Point of Rocks RV Campground. Click to Open Driving Directions

  • Information & Map

    Hiking and Mountain Biking Trail. Turn right out of the campground, continue straight for 2 miles, take first roundabout to the left, the trailhead is located on the left side of Hwy 89, across the street from The Phippen Museum. This series of trail loops traverse more level ground than some of the other Dells trails. Trail surface varies from packed earth to slick rock. Usage is marked for mountain biking & hiking. You will enjoy beautiful rock formations and scrub oak passageways on this trail. $3.00 fee for parking (free on Wednesdays) Click to Trail Map

Prescott Lynx Lake Trail
  • Distance & Directions

    11 min drive from Point of Rocks RV Campground Click to Open Driving Directions

  • Information

    Lynx Lake is one of the most popular recreation areas in central Arizona. Mild weather, the cool ponderosa pine forest, a serene 55-acre lake, trout fishing, boating, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, archaeological sites, and bird watching attract visitors from throughout Arizona. Trail & Map Page

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  • Drive Distance

    15 min hike from Point of Rocks RV Campground

  • Information

    The Prescott Circle Trail is a network of our best non-motorized trails that combine to make a 54 mile loop around Prescott . The PCT is jointly managed by the City of Prescott (25 miles) and Prescott National Forest (29 miles). The trail comes as close as three miles to downtown Prescott and is easily accessible with 15 trailheads along its length. A lap of the PCT has about 6000 feet of elevation gain and can be enjoyed as an adventurous one or two day trip or a multi-day trip over a period of days, weeks or months. Trail & Map Page

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  • Drive Distance

    14 min drive from Point of Rocks RV Campground

  • Information

    The Iron King Trail in Prescott Valley is brought together by the Town of Prescott Valley, Rails to Trail Program, and others having officially opened on July 10th, 2004. Iron King Trail can be accessed in multiple ways, the easiest being parking in the small dirt lot on the west side of Glassford Hill Rd. off Sante Fe Loop and parking is free. Access is also available from the Peavine Trail. This trail is doubletrack and an easy ride. There is a gentle climb for the first 2.25 miles then a flat ride into the rocks. The trail ends at the Peavine Trail after a fun downhill section. A picnic table and a port-a-let await you at the intersection. Trail & Map Page

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  • Distance

    16 min drive from Point of Rocks RV Campground.

  • Directions

    Hiking and Mountain Biking. Turn left out of the campground. Turn right at the roundabout onto Willow Lake Rd. Turn left on Willow Creek Rd. Turn right on Gail Gardner. Turn right on Iron Springs Rd. Turn left on Spence Springs Rd. Parking on left. One of the top areas for mountain biking Prescott. Located in the pines of Prescott National Forest. Experience the fun with us on our YouTube Channel. Click to Open Driving Directions

  • Information

    Click above to play our video.. Populating the space between the Thumb Butte and Granite Basin recreation sites in Prescott National Forest, the new Spence Basin Trail System adds nearly 30 miles of hiking options to the area’s already packed menu. The nearly 30-mile maze of Spence Basin’s loopy, hilly single tracks speak to their mountain-biker origins. Tightly woven, with dozens of ways to customize length and difficulty, the trails roll out in the varied terrain around Spence Creek. TrailForks Website

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  • Distance & Directions

    16 min drive from Point of Rocks RV Campground. Click to Open Driving Directions

  • Information

    Click above to play our video. Noodle is a 2.4 mile loop hike for those of you looking for something with fairly easy terrain and not too long . Enjoy the scenery while you take this lovely hike through the woods. Plenty of opportunities for pictures. Like most trails in Spence Basin, Noodle intersects with other trails...so piece together your own hike. Map and Directions

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  • Distance & Directions

    16 min drive from Point of Rocks RV Campground Click to Open Driving Directions

  • Information

    North Shore (0.26 mile) and Bannon Creek Trails (0.6 miles) are two easy multi-use trails at Goldwater Lake. To reach Goldwater Lake Park, drive south on Mount Vernon Street (becomes Senator Hwy) about 4 miles to the entrance of Goldwater Lake Park, turn right and park in designated parking. There is a $3 parking fee. (free on Wednesdays) Trail & Map Page

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  • Distance & Directions

    16 min drive from Point of Rocks RV Campground. Click to Open Driving Direction

  • Information

    Click above to play our video.. Hiking Trails, Nature & Parks, Directions; From downtown Prescott: Travel west on Gurley Street (becomes Thumb Butte Road) for 3.4 miles to the Thumb Butte Picnic Area, on the right. Multiple trails begin just across the road from the picnic area, and trails also begin in the parking area and head away from Thumb Butte. Trail & Map Page