This trail is located next to one of Prescott National Forest’s busiest recreation areas – Lynx Lake. It was designed with hikers in mind and does not allow bicycles, horses, or off-highway vecicles.
This is a very pleasant hike that takes you uphill from Lynx Lake, escaping into a remote setting. Hiking is mostly in the shade of oak, juniper and pine forest. Be ready for up hills and down hills!
Hiking Time: 1.5 hours
Length: 2 miles (round trip)
At a Glance
||Spring - Fall
||Not available. Surface water should be treated.
From downtown Prescott, about 15 minutes to Lynx Lake North Shore parking area. Paved road is suitable for passenger cars.
This trail is an “internal trail” which means it can only be accessed from other trails. In this case either TR311 or TR95. This ROG will only address access from TR311. From Hwy 69 go south approximately 2.2 miles on Walker Rd to Lynx Lake North Shore, FR 611, on the east side of road. Continue on this road until it ends at a parking area (about 1.5 miles). At the southeast end of the parking area, locate and follow the paved sidewalk downhill to TR 311, the Lakeshore Trail which skirts Lynx Lake. Head north (left) on TR 311 and continue to the concrete spillway. Follow TR 311 along front of spillway. TR 94 goes east (left) just past the spillway .