The Kaibab Plateau dominates north-central Arizona, rising as a monolith from the surrounding desert. This pocket of forested wilderness is surrounded by desert on all sides, and bounded by the Grand Canyon directly to the South.
On this plateau you'll find lakes, meadows, aspen stands, and of course the Kaibab squirrel. Though prominent peaks aren't the draw to this area, the high elevation warrants enough snow to close roads on the plateau each winter. Temperatures are much cooler than the surrounding areas even in the midst of Arizona summers.
Opening in 2022, this site is one of PLIA's most recent ventures into the Kaibab National Forest, joining our Southwest Recreation campgrounds in the southern portion of the forest.
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Atlas: Arizona Road & Recreation Atlas
Map: Kaibab National Forest North AZ
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Audubon Field Guide to the Southwestern States