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

    Back in AZ, up on the North Rim

    A travel blog entry by jdbrower on Jun 12, 2015

    19 photos

    ... All the other places we had been that had been very cold at night we had had electric hook-ups. so we could run heaters. This time we didn't. Maple decided she was not leaving the big trailer so Luna and I were in the pop-up. I put extra blankets on the bed and had an extra blanket to put on Luna. We settled in for the night and other then her getting up a couple of times to re-position and me having to put the blankets back on her we survived the ...

    Gold canyon to payson 160 miles

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

    2 photos

    Another beautiful morning and the usual breakfast, a nice old guy from Idaho asked if we were going to the Apache Trail, he said it was lovely although the unpaved section at the end is very dusty and bumpy. The Apache Trail is supposedly the oldest road in the US as it was used by the Indians to reach the Suoerstition mountains and water, it was considered a sacred place. The mountains are amazing they were formed by a volcanic eruption and have very jagged ...

    Night 26: Grand Canyon? Check.

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 18, 2014

    6 photos

    ... amazing depth of 6000 feet. Soon the forests opened up into meadows, some with little monsoon-fed ponds. As we drove south the meadows widened. Near the DeMotte campground, there was a surprising site for Arizona: a bison herd of probably 150 head grazing. I found later that they were brought here from Yellowstone 100 years ago by a rancher who cross bread them with cattle. He wanted to create a super cattle, able to withstand harsh winters. His experiment ...

    Jurassic Trees

    A travel blog entry by kluehadventures on Jun 17, 2012

    27 photos

    ... incredible shots of the petroglyphs! Then we headed further south in the park through the Tepees which were hills with layers of blue, grey, purple, white, and red rocks - truly remarkable colors. The next stop was the Agate Bridge which was a huge petrified log that had fallen across rocks to create a bridge 1000’s of years ago. After we snapped pictures of the bridge we headed on our way to the Jasper and Crystal Forests. This is where we found ...

    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 ...