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Lake Mary Flagstaff Arizona - Boating, Picnics in the Coconino National Forest

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Lake Mary Flagstaff Arizona

Lake Mary View

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Lake Mary - How to Get There:


Lakeview Campground at Lake Mary, in the Coconino National Forest, is 11.5 miles south-east of Flagstaff on Forest Highway 3 (Lake Mary Road) on your left. There are also day use areas. Lake Mary (Upper and Lower) is a lovely site for a day trip.

Facilities at Lake Mary:


For camping you will find 30 single unit sites. Tents and small motor homes are permitted There are tables, fire rings, and grills. Drinking water is available as well as toilets. There are boat ramps at the lakes. More information...

Boating and Fishing:


The lakes are stocked with a variety of fish including trout, bass and channel catfish. Lake Mary Narrows Recreation Area provides excellent access facilities for disabled anglers by means of paved lakeshore ramps. Upper Lake Mary is also popular with power boaters and there is currently no motor size limit (most other lakes in the area have an 8 hp motor size limit).

Fees at Upper Lake Mary:


$5 per day per vehicle (up to 5 people, $1 per person over 5) 6 am to 6 pm, Monday – Friday, and from dawn to dusk on weekends. $1.00 per walk-in or bicycle for use of the facilites will be charged. [2007 Season]

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