In the fall and winter, you
may observe the bald eagles as they spend the season
fishing the open waters of Kinnikinick and the
surrounding lake. The picturesque San
Francisco Peaks can be seen on the horizon from the
shores of Kinnikinick Lake, framed with open
grasslands and old juniper trees. This is a scenic
place to enjoy camping and fishing, so bring your
camera along with your fishing boat or canoe.
Attractions: Fishing, boating (max 10 hp
horsepower), hiking, sightseeing, wildlife viewing
Facilities: 13 single unit
campsites with tables, fire rings, and cooking
grills, vault-type toilets. There is a boat ramp at
motor homes and trailers under 22' are permitted
Drinking water provided (no tank fill-ups)
Pets must always be restrained
or on a leash.
Boat motor size limited to single
10 hp motor.
No horses allowed in the
Only "street-legal" motorbikes/ATVs
may be used for entering or leaving campsite.
day stay limit.
Location: 38 miles southeast of
Access: Drive south
from Flagstaff 24.5 miles on Forest Highway 3 (Lake
Mary Road). Turn east (left) on Forest Road 125.
Follow this road 4.7 miles to Forest Road 82 and
turn southeast (right). Proceed for 5.5 miles
to the campground. Forest Roads 125 and 82 are
narrow and usually very rough for RVs and travel