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  • Distance & Directions

    20 mins from Point of Rocks RV Campground; Click to Open Driving Direction

  • Park & Trail Map

    Click to view the: Watson Lake & Peavine Map

  • Information

    View our video by clicking the picture above. 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) Trail Information Link

  • Difficulty Rating; Green (Beginner)

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  • Distance and Directions Distance

    6 mins drive from Point of Rocks RV Campground; Click to Open Driving Directions

  • Park & Trail Map

    Click to view the: Constellation Trail Map

  • Information

    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) City page for Constellation Park

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  • Ride Information

    27 Trails, Total Distance 41 miles, Total Descent 3,432 ft, Total Vertical 2,517 ft, Highest Trailhead 6,959 ft

  • Trail & Park Map

    Click to view the: Spence Basin Trails Map

  • Information & Directions

    View our video by clicking the picture above. One of the top areas for mountain biking Prescott. With 27 trails equaling 41 miles, Spence Basin has something for every level of mountain biker (7 Green, 13 Blue, 5 Black trails). There are lots of fast, flowy sections of trail for those XC type riders that like speed. For those that like more technical riding, Spence Basin punches that ticket too. There are granite boulder obstacles of all sizes creating a fun playground for those intermediate and advanced riders. Located in the mountain pines of Prescott National Forest.; Click to Open Driving Directions

  • Difficulty Rating: Green, Blue, Black

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  • Distance & Directions

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

  • Information

    This #396 is a great trail for a hot summer day. Located almost entirely in the trees it includes a bit of climbing with little technical skills needed.  The trail starts at the White Spar campground just off of White Spar Road just minutes south of downtown Prescott. A winding climb brings you to a small overlook with good views of the mountains west of town.  Then a short downhill to the pond and the real climb begins. The first 1/4 mile is the toughest then it steps it's way to the saddle. Be sure to look off to your left while you climb to see Goldwater Lake. Then a gentle downhill through the trees and the final climb up to Senator Highway. Trail Map & Info; Goldwater Trail

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  • Ride Information

    1.3 miles Distance 39 ft Climb -159 ft Descent 00:09:12 Avg time TrailForks Map/Info Link

  • Information & Directions

    View our video by clicking the picture above. A 14 mile roundtrip ride from Spence Basin to Prescott's iconic Thumb Butte and back. Using a mixture of Blue and Green rated trails, this loop provides fast flowy sections, climbs, intermediate technical sections, and some fun downhills. Located in the mountain pines of Prescott National Forest. Click to Open Driving Directions

  • Difficulty Rating; Blue (Intermediate)

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  • Ride Information

    1.3 miles Distance 39 ft Climb -159 ft Descent 00:09:12 Avg time

  • Information & Directions

    View our video by clicking the picture above. Sidekick is a fun 1.3 mile trail. One of 27 trails located in Prescott's Spence Basin, Sidekick is a Green rated trail with a Blue-ish rock obstacle thrown in (walk your bike over it if you're uncomforatable). Sidekick leads to many other great trails in the Spence Basin trail system. Located in the mountain pines of Prescott National Forest. Click to Open Driving Directions

  • Trails & Park Map

    Click to view the: Spence Basin Trails Map

  • Difficulty Rating; Green (easy)

Prescott Tunnel Vision Trail
  • Information & Directions

    View our video by clicking the picture above. You gotta check out Tunnel Vision. This 1.5 mile trail adventure is a fun trail with fast, flowy segments with some boulder obstacles to challenge you. Oh, and yes, there's a narrow tunnel you ride through that's pretty cool and a little freaky. Like most trails in Spence Basin, Tunnel Vision intersects with other trails...so piece together your own ride. We'll be posting videos on a regular basis with some of our favorite trail loops we've pieced together. So, subscribe to the Point of Rocks RV Campground YouTube Channel and get connected with some great rides. Click to Open Driving Directions

  • Difficulty Rating; Blue (Intermediate)

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  • Close to Point of Rocks

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

  • Trail Map

    Click to view the: Prescott Circle Trail Map

  • Information

    Hiking and Mountain Biking. To drive or bike, turn left out of the campground and turn left into Watson Lake Park at the roundabout. Turn right after the kiosk towards the south dock parking. The Prescott Circle Trail is a network of Prescott’s best non-motorized trails that combine to make a 54 mile loop around Prescott. The trail comes as close as three miles to downtown Prescott and is easily accessible with 15 trailheads along its length. $3 parking fee (free Wed) Prescott Circle Trail Info