Standard (tent/RV)
Tent Cabin
Group
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Lynx Lake Campground

Located in the cool pines just outside of Prescott, AZ, Lynx Lake Recreation Area offers a wide variety of recreational opportunities including: hiking, mountain biking, camping, fishing, boating, and picnicking. Scroll down (below the recreation map) to learn more about the excellent recreational opportunities and camping at Lynx Lake.

Sites
35
Fee Info
Single Site: First Vehicle Free, Second Vehicle Fee is $5 Double Site: First and Second Vehicle Free, Third Vehicle - $5, Fourth Vehicle - $5
Price
$18.00 - $36.00
Operator
National Forest
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Hike In
Boat In
Features
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
No WiFi
Location
Lynx Lake Campground is located in Prescott National Forest in Arizona
Latitude
34.5173 N
Longitude
-112.3905 W
Get Directions
Directions
Travel Arizona Highway 69 and then turn south on Walker Road (by Costco, Petsmart, and AM/PM gas station). Drive about 3 miles and then turn east (left) into Lynx Campground.
11 Reviews of Lynx Lake Campground
Great spot if you like to hike, bike and kayak..!

Many spots - very close to Prescott, in the trees, and on the Lake at about 5,000 feet -- what could be better -- camping at it's finest..

Campsite is clean and very easy to reserve ahead of time on the supported website which is very easy to use and see all the items open.

Great campground, nice lake

This is a great little campground.  There are a few spots for bigger rigs as well as some double spaces.  The spaces are very nice and quite large in most cases.  The hosts were very nice.  The campground fills up pretty quickly.  The lake is very nice, to kayak on and fishing is good as well.

Great Area

Got a Beautiful spot overlooking Lynx Lake. Sites are spread out enough that there is plenty of privacy between the spots. Running water from a pump and the out house style toilets were clean. The camp host was incredibly friendly and helpful to all of our questions. The campsite is only 5 minutes from the lynx creek gold panning area and the pueblos ruins, as well as only 15 minutes from everything in downtown Prescott. Heard coyotes howling at night and saw a few deer passing through the area as well.

Mother Daughter camping

We stayed at a single site. It was not to far from the lake, a short hike down the hill. The Hosts were great. They would check to see if we needed anything or just drive through & wave. I really liked the proximity to a store. But it was still far enough away where we were in the woods! I will stay there again! A plus for parents. They had flushing toilets & a pump close by with drinking water.

Beautiful

Great camp sites. Been camping here for years.

The Best Views in Prescott!...

Definitely one of the best campgrounds in the area. With several hiking trails around and to the lake- one will have enough activity to do. Fees are not crazy expensive either. And it is only located about 15 minutes from downtown Prescott. But make sure to make reservations online beforehand because spots tend to fill up pretty quickly! Have fun!

Crowded but fun

This campground has tons of amenities and is not far at all from downtown Prescott. It seemed pretty crowded when we went, so we actually hiked around a bit to find a little more seclusion. Amenities were good and plenty of activities.

First to Review
Lynx Campground, Prescott, AZ

Very busy and popular US Forest Service campground, conveniently located near Prescott and Prescott Valley, AZ. All sites are reserved, no first come first serve (only open if there's no reservation). A bit lower in elevation than nearby Hilltop Campground, with less tall pines. Clean sites, picnic tables, fire rings, water on taps, and cell service. Nearby Lynx Lake is a very popular day use recreation area. Shopping and restaurants are abundant and all within a few miles.

Beautiful Lake Area

I loved camping at Lynx lake due to the fantastic scenery and hiking trails that surround the lake.

Great little lake

Love this site. It has 5/6 loops with no electric camping but has pull through RV sites. Each site has a fire pit but currently under fire restrictions so we could use it. They have bathrooms and drink water. The care takers make cofffe each morning and give dogs treats while doing rounds. The lake is clean and kids were swimming. Fishing was free. I’d go back again it’s a nice break from the Phoenix heat. Kids loved it