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Dairy Springs Campground (Arizona) Make a Reservation

5075 N. Highway 89
Flagstaff, Arizona 86004
928 526-0866
34.95833 / -111.48

Located 24 miles south east of Flagstaff near Lake Mary at 7000 feet, the campsites at Dairy Springs campground are scattered through cool groves of ponderosa pines and white firs. Recreational interest here usually centers around fishing in nearby Mormon Lake (when there is water in it), but even if you don’t fish there are plenty of things to do in this picturesque area.

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Dairy Springs Comments & Reviews

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  1. Jason Howard says:

    We stayed one night in site #13. It’s a lot more open than the picture would make it seem. We arrived and set up at about 3pm and the sun beat down on us until about 4pm, when it finally ducked behind the trees and things started cooling off. The site is close to a restroom, so we had some foot traffic, but the other campers were polite and passed quietly. The restrooms closest to us had an overpowering ammonia smell – I’m not squeamish about pit toilets, but I don’t like having my nose hairs burned off. The well water tasted fine, but had a slight brownish tint. Some of the other sites on the west end of the campground looked much nicer. Unfortunately these are first come, first served only. Firewood is available from the campground host. Kindling was a bit sparse at site #13, but there was some dead fall over by the amphitheater and we carried a few sticks back with us. A couple of trails start at or near the campground and the Arizona Trail passes through the area, so this is a pretty nice place to take a stroll in the woods. We didn’t have any trouble with mosquitoes at the camp site, although we did get eaten alive when we went down around Mormon Lake in the morning.

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Mormon Lake

Drive south from Flagstaff 20 miles on Forest Highway 3 (Lake Mary Road) to the intersection of Forest Road 90. Turn west on FR 90 and drive 3.5 miles to Dairy Springs Campground, 4.6 miles to Double Springs.

  • Amphitheater
  • BBQ Grills
  • Campsite Tables
  • Drinking Water
  • Pets OK
  • Restrooms (Vault Toilets)
  • Biking
  • Bird Watching
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Horseback riding
  • Photography
  • Wildlife Viewing
  • Wind Surfing
Campsite Types
  • RV
  • Tent
  • Trailer

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