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Kaibab Lake

Basics
Location:
Off Hwy 260 a few miles north of Williams
Size:
45 acres
Elevation:
6800 feet
Season:
May - October

Description

Kaibab Lake is located in the Kaibab National Forest 4 miles northeast of the town of Williams. Its fish include rainbow trout, largemouth bass, black crappie, bluegills and catfish.

There are 70 campsites with fire rings and picnic tables (fee for camping). Vault toilets and and water faucets are scattered throughout the campground. There is a paved boat-launch area. Water is not available during winter months. Power boats are limited to single electric motors or single gasoline engines of 8 HP or less. A wheelchair accessible composting toilet, open only during summer season is adjacent to the boat ramp. A wheelchair accessible fishing pier is nearby.

Fishing

Fish:
Catfish
Brook Trout
Brown Trout
Rainbow Trout

Details

Location:
Off Hwy 260 a few miles north of Williams
Size:
45 acres
Elevation:
6800
Season:
May - October
Additional Details:
To get there:

From Flagstaff, travel west on I-40 to Williams. Take exit 167 off I-40, then turn right onto SR 64. Travel approximately 2 miles to junction FR 47. Turn left and follow signs.

Amenities

Water Features
  • Boat Ramp
  • Toilets
  • Stocked Fish
  • Fishing Pier
Water Activities
  • Fishing

Map + Directions

Basic Directions
From Flagstaff, travel west on I-40 to Williams. Take exit 167 off I-40, then turn right onto SR 64. Travel approximately 2 miles to junction FR 47. Turn left and follow signs.

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