White Horse Lake Campground

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Designated campsite at White Horse Lake, Arizona.

This extremely popular fishing lake, 19 miles southeast of Williams, is stocked with rainbows and brown trout. Some nice channel catfish have been caught here too. In addition to fishing, the area around this campground offers excellent opportunities for hiking, mountain biking, and wildlife watching. A trail following the lakeshore and one to Sycamore Canyon Vista are nearby. In addition, a number of forest attractions are nearby, such as Sycamore Point, JD Dam, and the Overland Trail .

  • 94 single unit sites with tables, fire rings, grills, and tent pads.
  • 44 of these single unit sites and the group site are available through the National Recreation Reservation System (NRRS).
  • All other single unit sites are first-come, first-served.
  • 22 campsites are fully wheelchair accessible.
  • Tents, trailers and motorhomes up to 38 feet long can be accommodated.
  • Composting and Pit toilets, and garbage bins provided.
  • Potable water hydrants located throughout the campground. Filling water tanks in motorhomes and RV's not allowed due to limted supply. Potable water supply for drinking water only.
  • No utility hookups. Sewage dump station available.
  • Small paved boat ramp.
  • Campground hosts available to assist you.

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At a Glance

Current Conditions: Generally open May 1 to Sept. 30 for overnight camping, depending on weather.
Fees
  • Single sites - $18 per night (first vehicle), additional vehicles are $9 each, as site capacity allows.
  • Double sites - $30 per night with two vehicles, $15 per night for additional vehicles.
  • White Horse Group Site - $126.00 up to 60 people and 14 vehicles.
  • Sewage dump station fees are $10 for campers using the campground and $13 for visitors not staying in the campground.
  • Bundle of firewood - $5.
Permit Info: Please refer to the Arizona Game and Fish Department for current fishing regulations and permits.

http://www.azgfd.gov/

Open Season: May 1
Best Season: Open season can vary depending on weather, snowfall and road access.
Restrictions:
  • No swimming.
  • Pets must always be restrained or on a leash.
  • Motorbikes may be used only to enter and leave the area.
  • Only small electric boat motors allowed.
  • No waste water drained onto ground.
  • Maximum campground stay limit is 14 days.
Water: Drinking Water
Restroom: Composting and Pit toilets
Passes: The Interagency Senior Passes and Access Passes are accepted for a 50 percent off discount at the first-come, first-served single family sites. No discount cards are accepted at the Group Sites.
 

General Information

Directions:

About 19 miles (30.5 km) southeast of Williams. Access/Road Conditions: From Williams, turn south on 4th St. (FR 173, Perkinsville Road) and go 9 miles to FR 110; turn left onto FR 110; go about 7 mi. and turn left onto FR 109; follow to campground entrance (about 3 mi.)
 


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