Camino Cove Campground
Camino Cove Campground is considered by many to be the most beautiful camping spot around Union Valley Reservoir. A forest setting with views of the lake and the Crystal Range in the distance make Camino Cove Campground a favorite. Amenities at the campground are sparse. There are no picnic tables, grills, or piped water.
All 32 campsites at Camino Cove Campground are first come, first served, and free. Visitors enjoy a nice beach nearby. The closest boat launch ramp is the West Point ramp.
To reach the campground turn left on Peavine Ridge Road off Ice House Road, go 3 miles west to Bryant Springs Road, turn right, go 5 miles north past West Point boat ramp. Continue 1½ miles east to campground turn-off on right. The last miles are on a narrow, rutted dirt road not recommended for RVs or trailers. High clearance vehicles are suggested. In the spring the road can be muddy.
Notice: Camino Cove Campground will close in spring 2019 for upgrades and will reopen in the spring of 2020.
General Camping Information
When making reservations be sure that your vehicle will fit in the space indicated on the reservations website.
Information is available at the Crystal Information Station east of Union Valley Reservoir on Ice House Road during the summer.
Horses and motor vehicles are not permitted on the bike trails at Union Valley Reservoir. Horses are permitted on the Ice House Reservoir bike trail.
For campground purposes, a vehicle is any equipment that is required to be licensed/registered. This includes RVs, trailers, cars/trucks, boat/car trailer, motorcycle/atv, etc. Vehicles parked in a truck or on a trailer are not counted separately.