Flagstaff Vacations, Hotels & Lodging

Lakeview Campground

Lakeview Campground is located in the Coconino National Forest 13 miles southeast of Flagstaff Arizona. Access is via Lake Mary Road. The campground sets directly across Lake Mary Road from Upper Lake Mary but the campsites have an easy, one-mile walking access to the lake on Wood Memorial Trail.

The terraced, hillside camping sites are tucked among older stands of Ponderosa Pine trees and feature views of the lake which is populated with a variety of fish including trout, bass, Northern Pike and catfish. Upper Lake Mary is the only lake in the area with no limit on boat motor size.

About The Camping Sites

There are 30 single unit camp sites each including table, fire ring and cooking grill. Common facilities include 3 vault-type toilets. Drinking water is available during its open season when a host is on-site. The campground is available for day- use for picnics at reduced fees and limited day time hours. Camping fees are charged. Call the Flagstaff Ranger District for current campsite fees at 928-526-0866.

There is a boat ramp at the lake. If you plan to visit the lake for day-use picnics, the Lake Mary Narrows Picnic Area is south of the lake where fishing is permitted. Arizona fishing licenses are required. Watch for roaming herds of elk and deer.

  • 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.
  • There is a 14 day stay limit.
  • Campground roads and spurs are gravel.

Directions and Distance

Drive 13 miles southeast of Flagstaff AZ on Lake Mary Road which is also Forest Road 3.
GPS: N35° 4' 0.336", W-111° 29' 37.4274"

Map To Lakeview Campground

Map Directions To Lakeview Campgrounds and Upper Lake Mary

More Information

Check Flagstaff Weather and Climate including the current temperature and average monthly temperatures as well as rainfall and snowfall. Call the ranger station for current fees and open season which is usually late April through Fall.

Flagstaff Ranger District
5075 North Highway 89
Flagstaff, AZ 86004
(928) 526-0866

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This page was last modified on 27 December 2011 at 10:17
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