Knoll Lake Arizona. Knoll Lake is stocked regularly in the summer from starting in May. It's called Knoll lake because of the knoll in the middle of the lake "a small island".
° 25' 38.6394”, W-111° 5' 34.62"
Phone Numbers for more information::
"(928) 477- 2255" for the Ranger Station or Check the Game and Fish site at this link
Restrictions/Season of Use:
Knoll Lake is Open May- October, weather permitting
The roads to Knoll Lake are dirt and a 4 wheel drive is recommended
Coconino National Forest Mormon Lake Ranger District at 4773 S. Lake Mary Rd. Flagstaff, AZ 86001 (928) 789-3701
There is no fee for accessing Knoll Lake
The elevation at Knoll Lake is 7340ft feet,Alpine
Max Surface Acres:
Knoll Lake is about 75 surface acers
River Lake Impounds:
Leonard Canyon/ Clear Creek
The average depth for Knoll Lake is 50 ft
Electric Motor only for Knoll Lake.
Boats to Rent:
You can swim all you want at Knoll Lake unless otherwise posted near objects "marinas", but it will be cold
The Knoll Lake Campground includes more than 30 single unit camping sites . For more information call (928) 535-9233 between 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM. Camp ground and access roads may be closed October thru May due to weather conditions.
Barrier free Access:
No. You have to walk about 200 feet from were you park.
No trailer spaces at Knoll Lake. But plenty nearby
Single launch located on north eastern side of lake by dam and parking area
There are no marinas at Blue Ridge
From Payson. Take Highway 260 past Kohl's Ranch and Christopher Creek to Forest Road 300 (Rim Road). Take Rim Road to Forest Road 295E and turn right (north) and drive to Knoll Lake. b. From Flagstaff. Take Highway 3 (Lake Mary Rd) south 55 miles to Clint's Well. Turn left (northeast) on Highway 87. Drive 10 miles to Forest Road 95 which is just past the Blue Ridge office of the Mogollon Rim Ranger District. Turn right and go 6 miles to FR 96 stay left and travel 2 miles to FR 321. Turn right and drive 10 miles to FR 300 (Rim Road). Turn left (east) and go 4 miles to FR 295E. Turn left again and proceed to Knoll Lake.