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Lakeview Campground is located near Upper Lake Mary with easy foot access to the water, via the Wood Memorial Trail (0.5 miles) or by car. Many other lakes such as Ashurst, Kinnikinick, Marshall and Lower Lake Mary are within easy driving distance as are many hiking trails, including the Arizona Trail. The lakes are stocked with a variety of fish including trout, bass and channel catfish. Upper Lake Mary is also popular with power boaters and there is currently no motor size limit (most other lakes in the area have an 10 hp motor size limit).
Lakeview Campground is a tent camper’s paradise with its terraced, hillside camp sites creatively tucked in amongst an open old growth stand of Ponderosa Pine. With all the easy forest and lake access, this is a also great place for wildlife watchers. Many visitors report seeing bald eagle, osprey, migratory waterfowl, great blue heron, elk and mule deer.
At a Glance
$20.00 per night, up to eight people with one vehicle. Second vehicle per night: $8.00 additional. These campgrounds are available for Picnic/day use (10 a.m to 4 p.m.) for a fee of $8.00 up to 5 people.
||May 1 at noon - October 12 at noon
||Concessionaire - Contact Flagstaff District - 928-526-0866
Access: 13 miles from I-17 south-east of Flagstaff on Forest Highway 3 (Lake Mary Road) on your left
GPS: N35° 4' 0.336", W-111° 29' 37.4274"
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Attractions: Boating, fishing, biking, hiking, sightseeing, wildlife watching: waterfowl, bald eagles, elk, deer, picnic area.
Facilities: 30 single unit sites. Tables, fire rings and cooking grills, Drinking water, 3 accessible vault type toilets. Boat ramp at lakes. Universal access fishing at Lake Mary Narrows Picnic Area; Wood Memorial Trail (universal access) links Lakeview Campground with Lake Mary Narrows Picnic Area; trash service for pay campers only; host on site; space is usually available for slide-outs.
Leave No Trace: Recognize your role in preserving wild lands by practicing these LNT principles: 1) Plan ahead and prepare, 2) Travel and camp on durable surfaces, 3) Dispose of waste properly, 4) Leave what you find, 5) Minimize campfire impacts, 6) Respect wildlife, 7) Be considerate of other visitors.
Tents and small motor homes are permitted;RVs and trailers under 28 feet can be accommodated in some sites
No utility hookups.
Pets must always be restrained or on a leash.
No horses allowed in the campground.
Only "street-legal" motorbikes/ATVs may be used for entering or leaving campsite.
14 day stay limit.
Campground roads and spurs are gravel