Canyon Rim Campground sits a few miles south
from S.R. 260 among scattered pondersosa pines. A good
gravel road leads the way and there are dispered campsites
spread out along the trip in on both sides of the road.
Travel 3 miles past the campground on F.R. 86 and you
will reach Black Canyon Lake. The lake is 78 acres of
underfished water stocked with rainbow trout throughout
the summer months. Black Canyon Lake is an excellent float
tube or pontoon boat lake. Motors are limited to electric,
and there is a small boat ramp for your convienience.
Historical grave site of James Scott is nearby. James Scott, Jim
Scott and Billy Wilson were all Hanged to death during the Pleasant
Valley War in the 1880's
dump station is located at the Woods Canyon Recreation Area.
Rim Visitors Information Center is located at the junction of
the S. R. 260 and Rim Road.
are located at Canyon
Point Campground 4.5 miles west of the turnoff on S.
R. 260. The charge for using the showers is $3.00.
Forest Lakes travel 2 miles east on S. R. 260 then hang a right
at F. R. 300 and head south for 2.5 miles tot he campground entrance
on the left.