Do you want to see some of the most far reaching scenery in Arizona? Stand atop a 2,000-foot drop of the Mogollon Rim and get ready to take in some truly amazing views spanning from pines to desert.
Stretching 200 miles from Yavapai County to New Mexico, the Mogollon Rim provides breathtaking views overlooking an expansive forest of pine trees. The rim is a true geological wonder hosting sedimentary, volcanic and metamorphic rock dating back to the Precambrian era.
Enjoy a leisurely picnic or trek along the historic hiking and horseback riding trails – but there is more to see. Choose between biking, horseback riding, rock-climbing, hunting, fishing, boating, bird-watching, and stargazing.
With more than ten lakes brimming with trout, cast a line from any bank and pull in a beautiful fish to enjoy over a campfire. The Mogollon Rim provides camping and cabin options surrounding the various lakes and nestled within the pines.
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Mogollon Rim Ranger Station
8738 Ranger Road
Happy Jack, AZ 86024