Pines Point Campground is located on the banks of the White River with several campsites overlooking the river. The family campground includes a loop designed for groups containing five sites with a capacity of 20 guests each. Large groups can reserve the entire loop. Find out how the campground got its name when you tube or kayak the “point” and see the majestic white pines standing watch over the river. Fishing is also popular in these waters.
Biking, Boat Ramp, Campfire Rings, Canoeing, Fishing, Flush Toilets, Hiking, Ice Machine, Kayaking, Picnic Area, Self Pay Station, Trash collection, Tubing, Vault Toilets, Vending Machines, Wildlife Viewing
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A great campgound. Rustic sites but with a central bathroom that has flush toilets and sinks. The sites are for the most part quite large and include a picnic table and a fire ring. Not to mention the sites aren't crammed together affording each site privacy. There is also a group site for larger parties and a campground host is also on site. The real gem of this camground is the tubers loop on the White River. There is an oxbow in the river so you can put a tube in at the canoe landing and float for 10 to 15 minutes get out at the next landing and still be in the campground. One of my favorite places to camp.
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