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Belle Campground Overview

This small (18 site) campground is at an elevation of 3,800 ft (1,158 m). First-come, first-served. Pit toilets. No water so bring plenty of your own. Belle is a great campground to see dark night skies. When you arrive, look for an open, vacated site. Move into an open site and set up camp. Then proceed as soon as possible to an entrance station to complete registration and pay. If arriving after entrance stations close, payment may be delayed until morning.
Directions to Campground

From the North Entrance: Continue along Park Blvd and turn left onto Pinto Basin Road. Drive approximately 1.5 miles south along Pinto Basin Road. Turn left into Belle Campground at the Belle Campground sign. From the West Entrance: Drive along Park Blvd and turn right onto Pinto Basin Road. Turn left into Belle Campground at the Belle Campground sign. From the South : Drive north on Pinto Basin Road. Turn right at Belle Campground.

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