About Schoolhouse Campground
Schoolhouse rec site Located on central Arizona's largest lake, Schoolhouse offers great water recreation opportunities to the public. Because of its close proximity to the lake, School house allows fishing, non-motorized and motorized boating, along with shoreline hiking trails. There are plenty of campsites available at Schoolhouse, which allows for an easy, quick escape during any time of the year for families and individuals. ACTIVITIES Boating: Roosevelt Lake Camping: 211 camp units (tent-only, single, and double) with shade ramadas, fire rings with grills, picnic tables, and potable water hydrants. Toilets are located throughout the camp loops. There is also an amphitheater. Fishing: Roosevelt Lake Fish Species: Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass; Crappie; Sunfish; Channel and Flathead Catfish Picnicking: 211 camp units (tent-only, single, and double) with shade ramadas, fire rings with grills, picnic tables, and potable water hydrants. Toilets are located throughout the camp loops. There is also an amphitheater. Recreational Vehicles: Camping all year, closed when lake level drops below 2,100 ft.
$12 - $24
USDA Forest Service
Schoolhouse Campground is located in Arizona
This site is located 11 miles south of the historic Roosevelt Dam. From Mesa: Take the State Hwy. 87/Beeline Highway north for about 60 miles to the junction with State Hwy. 88. Continue on State Hwy. 88 south for 8 miles to Forest Road (FR) 447/Schoolhouse Recreation Site. Turn left and continue for 4 miles to the site. From Globe: area: Take State Hwy. 188 north for 20 miles to its junction with Forest Road (FR) 447/Schoolhouse Recreation Site, turn right and continue for 4 miles to the site. Apache and Roosevelt Lake Recreation Area Map
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