Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Arrowhead Point Resort

Come join our family at friendly Arrowhead Point Campground & Cabins. You’ll feel right at home in our welcoming atmosphere. Whether you’re playing a round of horseshoes, joining in on a volleyball game, surfing the web on our free WIFI network, or stopping in for an espresso drink at our Espresso Bar, you’ll be glad you chose to stay with us.

Located on the beautiful Collegiate Peaks Scenic Byway in Buena Vista Colorado, Arrowhead Point is the Home of The Original 1800’s Pony Express and Stage Coach Stop. The 23 acre property still contains the bunkhouse, stable and tack room from the 1800’s when it was one of the 165 way stations on the Pony Express route. Come see!

We’re committed to making your stay with us an enjoyable and memorable experience. Come see why so many of our customers come back to visit year after year! We know that your vacation time is valuable to you. Our job is to make sure that every guest enjoys every day with us here at Arrowhead Point Campground & Cabins. You’ll love our welcoming and helpful environment, and will quickly see that we offer Buena Vista Colorado camping at its finest.

“There are no strangers – only friends we haven’t met yet!”

Operator
Private
Access
Features
ADA Accessible
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Water Hookups
Location
Arrowhead Point Resort is located in Colorado
Latitude
38.9108 N
Longitude
-106.1806 W
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1 Review of Arrowhead Point Resort
First to Review
20+ tents with 50+ people and a great time was had by all

I visited Arrowhead Point with a very large group of campers and was blown away by how accommodating they were! The staff was incredibly nice and made sure we were having a great time. They have a small store where you can pick up items that you may have forgotten or run out off. (They have everything needed to make s’mores, that’s for sure. Right down to the roasting sticks.) 

The facility is really large and mostly geared towards RV’s and campers it seems, but the tent sites near where we were appeared to be isolated and semi-private. In fact, trailers aren’t allowed up the steep hill at all. Up the steep hill also has portapotties, but a short walk down to the store gets you indoor plumbing. The bathrooms by the general store also offer pay showers.