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- Dispersed Camping
- 6600 feet
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The Arizona Game & Fish Department Canyon Creek Fish Hatchery is nearby. The hatchery is open to the public and offers a self-guided tour of the facility.
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- Vault Toilets
- Pets Allowed
No Drinking Water
No Trash Service
Trailers Under 16'
SeasonApril - November
Location28 miles north of Young
13 miles from Forest Lakes
- Total Sites:
- Dispersed Camping
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Pet PolicyPets must be restrained or on a leash.
Map + Directions
Travel 33 miles east on paved State Hwy. 260. Turn right on unpaved Young Road/Forest Road (FR) 512, and continue on for 3 miles to FR 33. Turn left on unpaved FR 33 and travel for 5 miles to the site.
Take State Hwy. 288/Forest Road (FR) 512./north for 23 miles to FR 33. Turn right onto FR 33. Taking FR 33, it’s about 5 miles to the site.