Kaibab Lake

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4/5,
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  • Kaibab Lake is a pleasant place to spend a few hours or a few days. It is located just a couple of miles outside the town of Williams in the Williams Ranger District. The lake is stocked with rainbow trout as well as brown and brook trout. Channel cats are occasionally stocked too. The area around the campground offers sightseeing as well. The Grand Canyon is just 60 miles away. In addition, a number of forest attractions are easily accessible from your campsite, including the Spring Valley and Historic Route 66 scenic drives. About 4 miles (6.5 km) northeast of Williams off AZ 64. 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 graveled roads are suitable for passenger cars - Kaibab National Forest
  • GPS:
    Latitude: 35° 17' 0.0"N Longitude: 112° 09' 31.3"W
    Phone Numbers for more information::
    (928) 635-5600
    Restrictions/Season of Use:
    Kaibab Lake is open all year except is the winter due to snow fall
    Road Conditions:
    paved
    Land Ownership:
    Kiabab National Forest
    Ranger Station/District:
    Williams Ranger District 742 South Clover Road Williams, Arizona 86046 (928) 635-5600 Fax: (928) 635-5680
    Entrance Fees/Permits:
    Yes for camping
    Elevation:
    6790
    Max Surface Acres:
    45
    River Lake Impounds:
    City Water
    Average Depth:
    37
    Boat/Engine Restrictions:
    Single electric or single gas motor under 10 horse power
    Swimming:
    You cannot swim in Kiabab Lake it is a city water source
    Camping:
    63 campsites with tables and fire rings, 61 single family, 2 double family sites.6 campsites are wheelchair accessible.
    Barrier free Access:
    No
    Trailer Spaces:
    No hookups
    Launching Area:
    Yes
    Water Skiing:
    No
    Marinas:
    No
  • bout 4 miles (6.5 km) northeast of Williams off AZ 64. 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 graveled roads are suitable for passenger cars. - Kaibab National Forest

Recent User Reports and Reviews

  1. Jose
    4/5,
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    Date:
    Feb 17, 2017
    During the past two years, water levels at Kaibab Lake near Williams had been far too low to stock fish. Thanks to recent heavy rains, the lake is full and spilling.

    All lakes in the Flagstaff region are ice free.

    We will not be stocking all lakes, and the ones that will be stocked will not get fish until after March 1.
    Some other updates from this region:

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  1. David MacDonald
    Those pictures are of Sante Fe dam in just south of williams