Lynx Lake Reservations

Lynx Lake Prescott AZPrescott National Forest  – Lynx Lake Campground and Groom Creek Horse Camp are now added to the National Recreation Reservation System (NRRS), in line with national policy. By offering reservations, campers will be able to plan ahead knowing they have a campsite ready for their arrival at these popular recreation areas.

“I view this change as facilitating our service by providing improved and dedicated reservation services” said Linda Jackson, Bradshaw District Ranger.

There are no other changes proposed to the management of these sites. Camping fees remain $18/night for a single site and $36/night for a double site. The NRRS does charge a reservation fee; $9.00 for internet reservations and $10.00 for reservations made by phone.

Beginning in March, campers will be able to make reservations online or over the phone seven days a week. Online reservations will be available 24 hours a day at Reservations can be made over the phone by contacting the Call Center at 1-877-444-6777; it operates on Eastern Time Zone from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm from November 1 to February 28 and 10:00am to midnight from March 1 to October 31 (closed Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day).

Groom Creek Horse Camp will continue to be managed for equestrian use only with first come, first served equestrian campsites available in Loop A. Alto Pit, Hazlett Hollow, Hilltop, Lower Wolf Creek, Mingus Mountain, Potato Patch, Powell Springs, White Spar and Yavapai Campgrounds will continue to offer first come, first served camping.

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