USDA Forest Service
Situated in a beautiful canyon where water has carved the rock, Jack’s Canyon offers vertical to wildly overhanging routes on compact stone. The majority of the climbing is characterized by steep highly pocketed limestone/sandstone…
- Drive-InPark next to your site
- Walk-InPark in a lot, walk to your site.
- Tent Sites
- RV Sites
- Standard (Tent/RV)
- Phone Service
Group over 10 people. Plenty of space. Limited shade. Decent toilets but no TP. Dirt road. Easily accessible.
Lots of dispersed camping spots. Pit toilet (no tp) is clean. Very close to the rim of the canyon. Snowed a few inches but had no problems getting out. Bumpy road but fine for cars. Beautiful canyon.
BRING WATER!! Lots of dispersed spots. Spots range in size from tent to medium bumper pull camper with larger spaces further away from the trailhead. 10min hike down to the climbing area. Latrine on site, as always bring your own TP.
Jack's Canyon Camping and Climbing Area is located in Arizona
**Location** : 30 miles south of Winslow. Elevation approximately 6,100 feet. **GPS** ([Map](https://goo.gl/maps/OjIrj)): 34°45'20.2"N 111°03'41.3"W **USGS Map(s)** : Dane Canyon, Blue Ridge Reservoir **Access** : * **From Winslow:** Take SR 87 south from I-40 approximately 30 miles to mile marker 314. Continue 0.3 mile to dirt road on right. Close gate behind you and follow directions below. * **From Phoenix:** Take SR 87 north towards Payson. From Payson, continue on another 60 miles (approximately) towards Winslow to mile marker 313. Continue on 0.7 miles and turn left on dirt road. Close gate behind you and follow directions below. * **Gate Directions** 1. Drive 0.3 mile and turn left at the obvious fork 2. Drive 0.2 mile and turn right 3. Continue 0.7 mile to trailhead and campground (total 1.2 miles from gate). You'll see gravel parking and the camping spots will be to your left (same side as toilet) _**Click map thumbnail for larger view.**_ (http://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_MEDIA/stelprdb5305673.jpg)