Point campground is located 13 miles north of Roosevelt
Dam. There are 54 campsites with fire rings, tables and
grills. Some campsite are double units or shoreline units.
Single units are $10 per night for 10 people, 2 vehicles
and 1 watercraft. Double units are $15 for 20 people, 4
vehicles and 2 watercraft. A paved boat launch is available
for use when the water is above 2110'.
drive to the campground is well worth the trip. If you take
the Apache Trail from Apache Junction, bring your camera
the views of the Superstition Mountains are spectacular.
Warning, This road is not recommended for
RV's or large trailers.
Courtesy of the National Forest Service!
site is approximately 13 miles northwest of Theodore Roosevelt
Dam. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO CROSS TONTO CREEK WHEN IT IS FLOWING!!
From Mesa: Take the State Hwy.87/Beeline
Highway north for about 60 miles to the junction of State
Hwy. 87 and State Hwy.188. Turn right and follow State Hwy.188
for 23 miles to its junction with Forest Road (FR) 60/A
Cross. Turn left and continue across Tonto Creek for 2 miles
to FR 661/Indian Point. Continue on FR 661 for one mile
to the site. The entire route (except for the first ¾
mile of FR 60 where it crosses Tonto Creek) is paved. From the Globe area: Take State Hwy.188
north for 30 miles to the junction of State Hwy.188 and
State Hwy. 88. Continue on State Hwy.188 over the bridge
for another 11 miles to Forest Road (FR) 60. Turn right
onto FR 60 and continue to site as described above.