Recreation

Mogollon Rim Wilderness, Boating, Scenic Drive Tables

Mogollon Rim District Recreation Areas include hiking in Wilderness Areas, Boating and Fishing in Lakes and Streams, enjoying Scenic Drives and Rock Climbing Areas. These tables list most of them.

Wilderness Size Highlights
Fossil Springs Wilderness 11,500 acres Hiking and horseback trails, unique rock formations, great scenery, lush riparian area, wildlife viewing, dispersed camping, fishing, swimming
West Clear Creek Wilderness 13,200 acres Hiking and horseback trails, unique rock formations, great scenery, lush riparian area, wildlife viewing, dispersed camping, fishing, swimming

 

Boating/Fishing Facilities Highlights
Photos available C.C. Cragin (Blue Ridge) Reservoir Developed campground at Rock Crossing, toilets, boat ramp, hiking trails nearby Fishing, boating, hiking, sightseeing, wildlife viewing
Photos available Knoll Lake Boat ramp, campground with tables and cooking grills, drinking water, vault toilets and hiking trails nearby Fishing, boating, camping, hiking, sightseeing and wildlife viewing
Photos available Soldier/Long Lakes Valut-type toilets and two boat ramps Fishing, boating, wildlife viewing

 

Scenic Drives Length Road Condition Highlights
Photos available Rim Road and General Crook Trail Loop 54 miles State Highway 87 is paved, FRs 300, 321 and 95 are gravel. Sightseeing, panoramic views of the Mogollon Rim, fall colors, hiking, biking and wildlife watching

 

Special Activities Highlights Season
Photos available Jack's Canyon Recreation Area Rock climbing, hiking, wildlife watching, dispersed camping Year-round

See also:

Mogollon Rim Ranger District





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