Kinnikinick Lake Campground

Flagstaff, Arizona 86038

Kinnikinick Lake Campground

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Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"As the temperatures in the desert valleys creep up into the triple digits, people start flocking to Arizona’s high country. The Mormon Lake area is a popular summer retreat, with many small lakes and several good campgrounds lining scenic Lake Mary Road south from Flagstaff toward Payson. Our favorite of these is Kinnikinick Lake, a little gem in the pinyon-juniper grasslands.

The route from Flagstaff takes you past Upper Lake Mary, a popular spot for boating, waterskiing, fishing, and bird-watching, to Mormon Lake. This is Arizona’s largest natural lake, but don’t expect much fishing here, as it’s often nearly dry. The resulting marshy pasture is a great place to view wildlife, so stop at the overlook and see if you can spot a bald eagle flying overhead, or elk grazing on the tall grasses."

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Trail Information

Flagstaff
Nearby City
13 sites
Campsites
Year-round if accessible
Season
Coconino National Forest
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Dec 2018