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At 7,050 feet, Dogtown Lake offers a scenic setting convenient to Grand Canyon National Park and the cities of Williams and Flagstaff, Arizona. The campground is situated in a pine forest along the shore of a small and scenic lake.

Campers are drawn to the area's hiking and fishing opportunities. The lake is stocked with trout, crappie and channel catfish. Visitors can enjoy a guided nature trail near the lake and a hiking trail that leads to a scenic overlook of the area from the top of nearby Davenport Hill. The calm waters are inviting for canoes, kayaks and electric motorboats. Single motors of one horsepower or less are permitted.

All sites are accessible. The sites are level with pull-through and back-in options for RVs. Restrooms, garbage bins and water faucets are available, however, there is no dump station at the facility. No swimming allowed in lake. All firewood used in the group site fireplace must first be approved by campground host for type and size to avoid excess smoke and reduce residue in the chimney. Fishing licenses are sold at nearby White Horse Lake and in Williams.

Nearby Attractions:
Grand Canyon National Park's South Rim is just over one hour north of the campground. The cities of Williams and Flagstaff have amenities such as shops, restaurants and cultural and historic sites.

From canyons to prairies, peaks to plateaus, Kaibab National Forest offers layers of opportunity for peace, solitude and discovery. Over 300 miles of trails, some clinging to the rims of the Grand Canyon, allow visitors to step off the beaten path into uncrowded landscapes.

A neat side trip, Bearizona!

Contact Information:

Phone:(928)699-1239 Website
GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude): 35.28556, -112.14806 / 35°17'8"N, 112°8'53"W

Take I17N to I40W to Williams, AZ. In Williams, turn south onto 4th Street (County Road 73) and drive about 5 miles to Forest Road 140. Turn left and proceed about 4 miles to Forest Road 132. Turn left and proceed 1 mile to Dogtown Campground. Forest Roads 140 and 132 are gravel roads.

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