Forest Lakes Touring Center and Cabins

Address: P.O. Box 1887, Forest Lakes, Arizona, 85931, United States | Campground
 
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This campground is located on P.O. Box 1887, Forest Lakes.
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    Travel Blogs from Forest Lakes

    Gold canyon to payson 160 miles

    A travel blog entry by jan-pete-cycle on Feb 09, 2015

    2 photos

    ... roads it takes a while. Reach the dam and the huge Roosevelt lake, the poor old Sienna has been shook to death and is covered in red dust but it made it. On northwards real desert scenery and it seems everybody is living in huge RVs - I guess it's those snowbirds from the north again. We head for Payson, don't know what's there but there are plenty of hotels and we want to stop early and wash some clothes. We stop at the Majestic Mountain Inn and it's not till ...

    Night 26: Grand Canyon? Check.

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 18, 2014

    6 photos

    ... GCNP. I left the trail cam two miles south of here in a half burned forest glen full of bison pies. The road rose a bit as we drove through the pines and aspens. We got to 8600 feet. I found later that we were on the great green plateau called Kaibab. It is wetter and cooler than the lower land around it. The word "Kaibab" means "mountain on its side," either in Navajo or Puebloan. The Grand Canyon cuts through the middle of this bulge in the land, which accounts for ...

    Jurassic Trees

    A travel blog entry by kluehadventures on Jun 17, 2012

    27 photos

    ... map. I read the map and the paper to find out about the park and what we should stop and see. We pulled in to the first few overlooks to get a couple pictures of the Painted Desert, and then continued to Newspaper Rock. This was super cool, the boulders had over 650 petroglyphs. The trail to the bottom of the rocks was closed, so they had viewing scopes set up so people could view the petroglyphs. I took the zoom lens of our camera and I was able to ...

    Voila! The Rim at last...

    A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Apr 30, 2012

    4 comments, 12 photos

    I finally figured out where the Rim Information Center is located. It was only a couple of miles from where I'm camped. I found it...it's closed still. I crossed the highway and traveled a ways up Forest Road 300 and finally got to a few overviews of the elusive Rim. It is truly amazing, especially after having chased it for a few days! Not much is open here, but a few rigs are camped along the road in various campgrounds. I headed up ...

    Site... I don't remember now

    A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Apr 29, 2012

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... eight sites, no electricity or other amenities. Houston Mesa had pay showers at $2 for six minutes, a dump station for $7 and water for fill-up at $.25 a gallon...that, cents. Everything was a bit dear in my opinion, but most of the Forest Service campgrounds in Arizona are privatized and run by concessionaires. Thus the cost. The “volunteer” hosts are paid by the hour too. I can’t imagine how this would be ...