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Mogollon Rim Ranger District

The Mogollon Rim is a rugged escarpment that forms the southern limit of the Colorado Plateau. It extends across the entire forest and provides excellent views within Plateau Country and Desert Canyon Country as well.

Mogollon Rim Ranger District
8738 Ranger Road
Happy Jack, AZ 86024
(928) 477-2255
Fax: (928) 477-5057

Dropping as much as 2,000 feet in some areas, the Rim provides some of the most far-reaching scenery in Arizona.  Views stretch from its rocky precipice to Four Peaks of the Mazatzals northeast of Phoenix.

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Needless to say, sightseeing is a favorite activity along the Rim, but this forest area also boasts a historic system of hiking and horseback trails, a couple of picturesque lakes for boating and fishing, and backcountry skiing for wilderness adventurers.  The Mogollon Rim is home to Camp Colley, an outdoor adventure camp at Little Moqui, run by the City of Phoenix, Parks and Recreation.

Recreation Activities for the Mogollon Rim District shown in tables:

  • Campgrounds

  • Trails

  • Wilderness Areas, Boating/Fishing Sites, Scenic Drives, Etc.

Areas for Picnicking at Mogollon Rim Ranger District

  • Clints Well Campground

  • Kehl Springs Campground

Areas for Group Picnicking at Mogollon Rim Ranger District

  • Elks Picnic Group Campground

  • Long Valley Work Center Group Campground

  • Moqui Group Campground

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