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Old 06-06-2019, 11:04 AM   #1
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Anyone visit Lynx Lake near Prescott, AZ?

We did a poor job this year of making our campground reservations early, so I'm kind of scrambling.


In late august, we are looking for altitude to avoid the heat. Being near water is always good.


Almost all of my favorite campsites, and many others I found, are already booked up, and at least the "good" sites are unavailable.


I found a new one: Lynx Lake near Prescott, AZ. It looks like a nice facility with some hiking, near Prescott, at about 6500 feet.



The thing is, it's almost completely unreserved.


What am I missing? Mosquitoes the size of bears? Bears as numerous as mosquitoes?
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We stay there once a year but haven't been there yet this year. We like Hilltop campground and 2 years ago the NFS Prescott changed it to all reserve except 10 spots which are first come first serve.
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What about Flagstaff?
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Bonito Campground is all first come and it’s super nice. It’s about 10 miles outside of Flagstaff. All the sites and roads are paved. It’s a great spot right at the entrance to Sunset Crater National Monument.

Get there in the morning on a weekday and you’re very likely to get a spot for up to Two weeks.

No hookups and they don’t have a dump station, so that’s a draw back. Also no cell service. But otherwise it’s ideal. We spent 4-days there in May.
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What about Flagstaff?
Nice place to stop for gas.



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No hookups and they donít have a dump station, so thatís a draw back.

I seek places without hookups. keeps away the crowds and the giant class A busses.
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