Restoration Point Road

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Restoration Point is a short, dead-end spur road at the end of Cottonwood Cove East leading to the shores of Arizona Bay along the Colorado River. This bumpy dirt road has a few dips and ruts but is easily traveled by any high clearance vehicle in dry conditions. However, it may require 4WD in adverse weather. Two campsites are along the road, one before reaching the water and the second at the shoreline. The first is a small site suitable for a single vehicle, while the second site is large enough for several vehicles but is only level in a few small spots. The end of this trail offers excellent water sports activities, fantastic views of the Black Mountains and Mount Davis, and a hike to the south leading to several small lava caves.

Although this road is within the Lake Mead National Recreation Area fee area, there are no entrance stations along the way to obtain a pass.