Kaibab National Forest
The 1.6 million-acre Kaibab National Forest is divided into a southern and a northern section separated by Grand Canyon National Park. The portion south of the Grand Canyon is popularly called the South Kaibab while the forest lying north of the Canyon is referred to as the North Kaibab. The South Kaibab covers 910,411 acres while the North Kaibab stretches over 646,863 acres.
Busy Interstate 40 carries millions of people across the South Kaibab. Most of them see only the woods by the roadside without realizing that they are travelling through the largest contiguous ponderosa pine forest in the United States that stretches for 225 air miles, from north-central Arizona all the way east into New Mexico.
PLIA manages three campgrounds in the South Kaibab on the Williams Ranger District and offers interpretive programs for visitors during the summer camping season. Campgrounds in the South Kaibab include Kaibab Lake, Dogtown Lake, and White Horse Lake; as the names imply, each campground is situated on a lake. Kaibab Lake Campground is located just north of Williams; the other two campgrounds are a few miles south of town.

Recreation

The Williams District of the South Kaibab provides lots of opportunities for hiking, camping, biking, fishing and also for hunting during the fall hunting season.
Visit Kaibab Lake Campground

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Forest Service Road 47
Williams, AZ 86046
(928) 699-1239
Visit Dogtown Lake Campground

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1250 S Pine Top Dr
Williams, AZ 86046
(928) 699-1239
Visit Whitehorse Lake Campground

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Williams, AZ 86046
(928) 699-1239

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