Wedge Overlook Campground
Forest Service / BLM
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 8+ most accomodate multiple vehicles
The Wedge Overlook provides a striking view of the Little Grand Canyon, the San Rafael River, and the Sid's Mountain Wilderness Study Area. To protect the fragile resources (notably an endangered cactus species), use of motorized vehicles and mountain bikes is limited to designated roads, and camping is limited to designated sites. To visit the overlook, drive from the town of Cleveland south toward the San Rafael Recreation Site; continue beyond the Buckhorn Reservoir (just over four miles) to the water tank at the Buckhorn Flat Well. After passing the tank, go left at the next intersection and continue six miles to the overlook. An information board marks this canyon rim overlook.
The campsites are of two types - the few developed sites on the rim of the canyon at the main overlook, and the BLM designated primitive sites a couple miles from the overlook. The developed sites on the rim have tables, firepits, and an outhouse nearby. The undeveloped sites are just flat spots with a rock fire ring.
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