Pace Bend Park
Time Out says
Pace Bend Park is nestled in a bend of the Colorado River, making it notable for its nine miles of shoreline. From swimming coves to sandy beaches to limestone cliffs, there’s plenty to explore throughout the park. While there are only 20 improved campsites with water and electrical hook-ups (suitable for both RVs and tents), there are over 400 primitive campsites all with easy access to the lake. Reservations are recommended for the improved camping spots since they can book quickly, but they’re not required. Feel free to bring your pet as long as you keep them attached to a person or fixed object at all times with a leash.