A short drive past Doe Mountain trailhead, this spot gives you a magnificent view of the night sky from the parking lot at the beginning of the Aerie trail.
Tip: Arrive before sunset to view the changing landscape with the cockscomb formation at twilight.
Driving Directions: From the Visitor Center, 331 Forest Road, turn right on 89A for 3.2 miles. Turn right on Dry Creek Road for 3.0 miles. At the stop sign, turn left onto Boynton Pass Road for 4.1 miles. Turn left on Aerie Road (past Doe Mtn) to the trailhead parking lot.
Amenities: Restrooms available at Doe Mountain, Fay Canyon trailhead and Boynton Canyon parking lots.