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Main Street Picnic Guide: Arizona
Kaibab National Forest
Jacob Lake Campground

Most people come to this campground because it is located on the main access route to the Grand Canyon's North Rim 44 miles to the south .

Contact Information

North Kaibab Ranger District, 
430 South Main St.,
Fredonia, Arizona, Telephone: 928-643-7395

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However, campers at Jacob Lake don't have to drive at all to take advantage of excellent opportunities for hiking, sightseeing, and wildlife viewing.

Right at your campsite you may catch a glimpse of the black bodied, white tailed, tuft-eared Kaibab Squirrel. It lives nowhere else but here on the North Kaibab Ranger District.

Naturalist programs are available in season, and there is a self-guided trail near the visitor center. Horseback riding and chuck wagon meals are available from a nearby concessionaire.

Location

  • 30 miles south and east of Fredonia at the intersection of US 89A and AZ 67. Blacktop highways.
  • Elevation: 7920 feet

Attractions

  • Camping and picnicking.
  • Hiking.
  • Sightseeing.
  • Wildlife viewing.
  • Naturalist programs at Jacob Lake Campground.
  • Access to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon.
  • Horseback riding.

Facilities

  • Paved roads and spurs.
  • 53 single unit sites with tables and cooking grills.
  • Drinking water.
  • Toilets (flush & pit).
  • Handicapped facilities.
  • Visitor Center.
  • Nature trails.
  • Amphitheater.
  • Concession services are available nearby. Services include: gasoline, supplies, restaurant, telephone.

Fees

$12 per vehicle per night up to 6 people per site; second vehicle $6.00. Group reservation fee for 1-35 people is $60.00 per night; 36-75 is $85.00 per night; and 76-100 is $100.00 per night. 

Tents, trailers and small motor homes are allowed, but there are no utility hookups available.

Fees are subject to annual adjustment. For group sites, they are charged from the first day any member of the group stays in the Group Camping Area and collected daily. Golden Age and Golden Access cards are not honored at the Group Camping Area. 

Check-out time is 2 vpm of the last day reserved.

Season Of Use

  • May 15 to November 1 (depending on snowfall).

Restrictions

  • None at this time.
 
 
 
 
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