Dogtown Lake Campground and Group is located in Kaibab National Forest, not far from the town of Williams in Arizona. Here, campground visitors are pleased to be greeted by the phenomenal views of the Bill Williams Mountain from their own campsites. Just as its name implies, the site is located around Dogtown Lake, surrounded by luscious forests and diverse wildlife. The lake itself is sitting at an elevation of over 7000 feet, and therefore visitors are asked to take precaution if coming from very low elevation to the campground.
This large campground provides you with an opportunity to select from a variety of campsite types. 50 single campsites are available for families and individuals. There are also 4 double sites available, which are larger than the singles, and one group site is available that accommodates up to 80 people. The group site is perfect for celebratory events such as family reunions.
The only regulations at the campground regarding your pooch is that they must remain on a leash and under control at all times, and of course, you are expected to tidy up any mess they make!
The single sites are available for as low as 24 dollars per night for one car and 12 dollars a vehicle for every additional vehicle. Double sites are 40 dollars a night and allow for two cars on site, and a charge of 20 dollars is added for every additional car. On campsites, you can find picnic tables and fire-pits to be used at your own convenience.
Hiking and fishing are two popular activities that take place at the campground. Dogtown Lake is ideal for fishing as it's full of trout, crappie, and channel catfish. Unfortunately, swimming is not allowed in Dogtown Lake, but you are free to enjoy the waters by boat. Both manual and motorized boats operate on the lake, including small motor boats, canoes, and kayaks.
Within the campground, you can find a variety of activities to partake in including rock climbing, mountain biking, off-road vehicle trails, wildlife watching and much more. Conveniently, the site is only located an hour away from the Grand Canyons National Park's South Rim, giving you and your family a perfect opportunity to explore one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
If you’re ever in the Arizona area and looking for a tranquil campsite where you can rest and escape your busy city life, stop by Dogtown Lake Campground and Group.