Lynx Lake

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This campground is located at an elevation of 5,500 feet in the ponderosa pine type along the western shore of Lynx Lake. It is open from April 1 to October 31 each year and a host is available to provide information and assist visitors to find a suitable camping site. The campsites provided are generally large enough to accommodate most recreational vehicles, provided they are no longer than 40 feet. Fees are $10 a day for each camp site. This campground does not have any Recreational Vehicle hookups, dumpstations or shower facilities.Lynx Lake is a man-made lake of approximately 55 surface acres and is periodically stocked with trout. A State of Arizona fishing license is required for all anglers over the age of 13. No swimming is permitted and the use of boat motors is limited to electrically powered models. Rental boats are available from the nearby marina and store.
Contact: US Forest Service (
Posted by: Jeff Barber on December 10, 2005
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    Campground Activities

    Lake (no swimming)BoatingFishingRecreational gold panning

    Campground Amenities

    39 campsites with tables and grillsVault toilets, including 2 flush toiletsDrinking waterPaved campground roadsStore, marina, and rental boats close by

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