Pinegrove can be found in the southeast section of the Coconino National Forest, a 1.8 million acre landscape that provides the perfect place for guests to get away from city life. The dog policy here is especially friendly, due to the wild nature of the surrounding forests.
Campers here can choose from 46 different sites in Pinegrove, all of which come standard with picnic tables, fire rings, and grilling facilities to cook that evening's catch. To the north of the campsites are the coin-operated shower, washing and drying facilities, as well as public restrooms and the camp's small concession stand. Make sure to keep your dog on a leash if they're hanging out with you on the campgrounds, and keep them clear of any indoor structures.
Pinegrove Campground is surrounded by three different lakes: Mary, Ashurst, and Marshall. These all provide terrific fishing throughout the summer months, with commonly seen species including bass, catfish, and rainbow trout. These lakes are all a part of the surrounding Coconino National Forest, which means a license is required from the state of Arizona if you're dropping a line into these waters. Bring everything you might need here, as they don't rent equipment at this particular location.
Different sets of trails surround the campgrounds as they wind their way throughout this forested area, and they provide a great place to take your canine on a hike. Guests can choose from the nearby Flagstaff Trails, the Red Rock Trails, or the challenging Mogollon Rim Trail, which is only suited for seasoned hikers and backpackers. Regardless of which of these you're looking to explore, make sure you grab a copy of the park trail map that is normally also stocked at the camp concession stands. If you do bring a canine, make sure you clean up any messes they might be leaving on the ground.