Stoneman Lake, AZ

US Forest Service

Stoneman Lake

There is still some debate over whether Stoneman Lake is the remains of a volcanic crater or whether it fills a deep, collapsed sinkhole. The location of this naturally occurring body of water at the ...[more]



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Location: 46 miles south of Flagstaff on paved and graveled roads. Elevation is 6900 feet.

Access: Drive 36 miles south of Flagstaff on I-17, and take the Stoneman Lake Exit (Exit 306). Turn east under the highway and follow Forest Road 213 about 6.3 miles. Turn north (left) at the T to stay on FR 213. Follow FR 213 for about 2 miles and then turn left on FR 665 then right immediately on FR 213A and drive 0.5 miles to the day-use area.

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