Point of Rocks Campground
3025 N Us Highway 89
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 96
A campground with level, partly shaded sites on hilly terrain. Many sites occupied by seasonal campers in the summer.
Granite rock formations
Pinon pines or cottonwood trees on most sites
Large level spaces with full hookups
Quiet, adult oriented
Very clean restrooms
Four miles north of Prescott
Daily and weekly rates
Good Sam discount available
Family owned and operated
Coming from Sedona or Cottonwood:
Highway 89A is not recommended for large trailers! Use the following direcions for a large RV.
Go East on either Highway 179 or Highway 260
South on I-17
West on Highway 169 (also known as Cherry Road)
West on Highway 69
Go approx. 4 miles North on Highway 89
Look for our sign and entrance a little ways north of milepost 316 and Watson Lake
Coming from Wickenburg:
Some People with large RV's prefer to go through Skull Valley to avoid the tight curves on the two lane portion of Highway 89 South of Prescott. The following directions assume you want to do that.
Go north from Wickenburg on Highway 89
At milepost 289 turn left on Yavapai County Road #15. The sign at the junction will refer to that road both as Yavapai County Road #15 and as Thompson Road. After making the turn the name of the road you are on will almost immediately become Kirkland Valley Road instead of Thompson Road. Signs will still also say Yavapai County Road #15 in addition to the other name.
Just past milepost 38 turn right at the stop sign onto Iron Springs Road. Signs will also refer to Iron Springs Road as Yavapai County Road #15. That road will take you to Skull Valley and on to Prescott.
In Prescott turn left onto Willow Creek Road.
Turn right onto Willow Lake Road.
Turn Left onto Highway 89.
After going a very short distance on Highway 89 turn right into our entrance.
Coming from Ash Fork:
Highway 89 from Ash Fork is a straight, level road that usually has light traffic.
Go south on Highway 89
Look for milepost marker 317 then shortly after that a covered wagon. A little ways past the covered wagon turn left into our entrance when you see our sign.
Coming from Phoenix:
I-17 is the most efficient route to here from Phoenix.
Go North on I-17
Go West on Highway 69 (Cordes Junction is where the two highways intersect)
Go North on Highway 89 about 4 miles. Our sign and entrance is a little ways north of milepost marker 316 and Watson Lake.
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