Blue Ridge Campground
Forest Service / BLM
Number of Sites: 10
About: Blue Ridge Campground is located about 5 miles north of Blue Ridge Reservoir, as the crow flys. It is about 10 miles by road. This narrow, winding body of water looks more like a canyon-bound river than a lake. Nestled between forested canyon walls it provides picturesque water recreation in a secluded, wooded setting.
If fishing is your cup of tea, you can catch rainbow, brown or brook trout here. If your taste runs to other types of recreation, there's plenty of sightseeing, wildlife watching, hiking, and mountain biking available here in these canyon-carved uplands. If just talking about all this activity makes you want to kick back and relax with nothing more strenuous to do than watch the squirrels bury pine seeds, then one of these shady, forested areas is probably just the place for you.
Fees: $8 (2011)
Restrooms: Vault Toilets
Directions: From Flagstaff drive 55 miles south on FH 3 (Lake Mary Road) to AZ 87 at Clints Well. Turn left and drive approximately 9 miles to the Moqui-Blue Ridge Campground signs at FR 138. Turn right and drive about one mile to the campground which will be on your right.
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