- About 19 miles southeast of Williams
- 35 acres
- 6600 feet
- May - October
DescriptionWhite Horse Lake is located in the Kaibab National Forest 19 miles southeast of the town of Williams. It contains rainbow trout, brown trout and channel catfish.
There are 94 campsites with fire rings and picnic tables. Two pit toilets are open only during the off-season. Composting toilets and water faucets are scattered throughout the campground and are open May-October. A concrete boat-launch ramp is available. Power boats are limited to single electric motors of one horsepower or less. Drinking water is not available during winter months.
From Flagstaff, travel on I-40 west to Williams. Travel through downtown Williams and turn left onto 4th Street or FR 173. Travel approximately 6 miles to junction FR 110. Turn left, continue on FR 110 to junction FR 109. Turn left and travel approximately 3 miles to lake. Upon entering the lake, stay to the right to campground. Boat ramp accessible from this location.
- Boat Ramp
- Stocked Fish