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Kaibab National Forest Campgrounds
Tusayan and Williams Ranger Districts.

Apache Sitgreaves national forest campgrounds in northeastern Arizona.
The Kaibab National Forest boasts two great distinctions: It is part of the largest contiguous ponderosa pine forest in the United States and it borders both the north and south rims of the Grand Canyon, a Natural Wonder of the World.

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MAP #1 White Horse Lake:White Horse I has 50 sites, White Horse II has 42 sites, tables, fire rings, water faucets, pit toilets, no hookups, garbage bins, all sites have some level of accessibility.
Popular stocked lake, fishing, boating, hiking, mountain biking, and wildlife watching. No swimming. Power boats are limited to single electric motors of 1HP or less.
Reservations for group sites must be made 2 days in advance and be for 2 nights on weekends Ð 3 nights on holidays.
Elevation: 6600 feet
Season: May 1 to October 31
Directions: 19 miles southeast of Williams. From Williams go south on 4th St. (FR 173, Perkinsville Road) and go 9 miles to FR 110; turn left onto FR 110; go about 7 mi. and turn left onto FR 109; follow to campground entrance (about 3 mi.). Paved and all-weather gravelled roads are suitable for passenger cars.
Fee: Yes, call or go on-line for current rates.
Williams Ranger District: 928-635-5600


MAP #2 Dogtown Lake: 52 campsites, picnic tables, fire rings, small boat-launch ramp, pit toilets, water faucet sscattered throughout the campground, sewage dump station. 1 group site.
Picnicking, hiking, wildlife viewing, fishing and boating. Power boats are limited to single electric motors of 1HP or less.
Elevation: 7050 feet
Season: May 1 to October 31
Directions: About 6.5 miles southeast of Williams. From Williams turn south on Fourth Street (FR 173-Perkinsville Rd.) for 3.5 miles to Forest Road 140. Turn left on FR 140 and continue for 3 miles to FR 132; turn left onto FR 132 and follow it to Dogtown Lake. The roads are paved and gravelled for all-weather use; however, they are usually closed by snow during winter months.
Fee: Yes, call or go on-line for current rates.
Williams Ranger District: 928-635-5600
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MAP #3 Cataract Lake 18 single unit sites, table, fire rings, pit toilet, garbage bins, drinking water available but limited, cement boat ramp but no dump station. Picnicking, hiking, wildlife viewing, fishing and boating. No swimming. Boats with either single electric or gasoline motors up to 8 horsepower only.
Elevation: 6800 feet
Season: May 1 to October 31
Directions:About 1 mile northwest of Williams on Cataract Lake Road. From I-40 take exit 161; turn right onto Golf Course Drive if coming from the east, or left if coming from the west. After, passing under the railroad tracks, turn right immediately and go about 1 mile to the campground entrance on your left. The road is paved.
Fee: Yes, call or go on-line for current rates.
Williams Ranger District: 928-635-5600


MAP #4 Kaibab Lake: 72 single unit sites, tables, fire rings, 2 campsites accessible for handicapped individuals, pit toilets, garbage bins, water faucets scattered throughout the area and fee dump station available.
Stocked lake, picnicking, hiking, wildlife viewing, fishing and boating. No swimming. No boat motors larger than 8 horsepower allowed.
Elevation: 6800 feet
Season: May 1 to October 31
Directions: About 4 miles northeast of Williams. From Williams, take I-40 east 2 miles to Exit 165; turn north onto AZ 64 and go about 2 miles to the campground entrance on your left. Paved and all-weather gravelled roads are suitable for passenger cars.
Fee: Yes, call or go on-line for current rates.
Williams Ranger District: 928-635-5600


MAP #5 Ten-X: Camping in the tall pines located just 4.3 miles from the entrance to the Grand Canyon National Park. 70 spacious campsites available on a first-come, first-serve basis. 18 are single car spurs and 52 are pull-through car and trailer sites. Family sites are limited to six people per site. Larger families may be accommodated at the discretion of the campground host. All roads and spurs are paved. Amenities include picnic tables, fire rings, barbeque grills, water, vault toilets, and trash receptacles. There are NO HOOKUPS. Showers are available in the Grand Canyon National Park Village.
Fuelwood may be provided by a concessionaire. If not, dead and down wood may be collected outside the campground, brought back to the campsite and burned. Reservations for the Charley Tank Group Site are recommended.
Elevation: 6,650 feet
Season: April 17 through September 30
Directions: Ten-X Campground is located 2 miles south of Tusayan and 47 miles north of Williams on U.S. Highway 180/State Highway 64.
Fee: Yes, call or go on-line for current rates.
Tusayan Ranger District: 928-638-2443

Contacts

Kaibab National Forest
Williams Ranger District: 928-635-5600
Tusayan Ranger District: 928-638-2443
North Kaibab Ranger District, Fredonia: 928-643-7395
fs.usda.gov/kai

For camping on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon see North Kaibab Ranger District page.

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