Lakes of Arizona

Morton Lake

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  • Morton Lake is a small body of water just below Kinnikinick Lake in the Coconino National Forest. If your planning a trip out to Kinnikinick Lake its probably worth taking a look at. From what I hear is its a great place to hike as well.
  • Phone Numbers for more information::
    Flagstaff Game and Fish Phone: (602) 789-3701 or Coconino National Forest (928)-527-3600
    Restrictions/Season of Use:
    Morton Lake is open all year although the Forest Roads will be closed throughout the winter
    Road Conditions:
    Paved to Gravel
    Land Ownership:
    Coconino National Forest
    Entrance Fees/Permits:
    No Unless the Coconino National Forest has it posted otherwise
    Elevation:
    The elevation at Morton Lake is 7000 feet plus
    River Lake Impounds:
    Kinnikinick springs
    Bag Limit:
    6 trout,6 walleye, unlimited northern pike, unlimited catfish
    Boats to Rent:
    No
    Swimming:
    Yes
    Camping:
    Available at Kinnikinick Lake May through October
    Trailer Spaces:
    No
    Electricity:
    No
    Launching Area:
    No
    Water Skiing:
    No
    Cleaning Stations:
    No
    Marinas:
    No marinas at Morton Lake or Dry Beaver Creek
  • To get to Morton Lake just take Lake Mary Road south of Flagstaff for about twenty minutes till you come to Forest Service Road 125 then take a right at Forest Service Road 82 and that will lead you right to Kinnikinick and Morton Lake

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