Kaibab National Forest Guide

The Kaibab National Forest sits in northern Arizona, about 25 miles from the Utah border. This is a chance to experience Arizona's remarkably diverse landscapes and ecosystems. In one day, you can fish in a mountain lake, hike through high-elevation meadows, and enjoy breathtaking views of the Grand Canyon. The forest is a great place to enjoy the beauty of the famous canyon away from the crowds. Remote trails take you to little-known viewpoints, and you may even get to enjoy the vistas in solitude. Whether you're looking for cool summer camping, fall hikes, or snowy winter sports, the Kaibab National Forest delivers.

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Kaibab National Forest Hiking Trails

Things to Do

Activities in Kaibab National Forest

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How to get to Kaibab National Forest

Address: 800 South 6th Street, Williams, AZ 86046

Fee: Entry fee $0

Hike deep into the backcountry or enjoy the views from your campsite in the Kaibab National Forest. With year-round adventure opportunities, this beautiful and remote landscape is always open. Enjoy your camping trip in the summer sun and winter snows by visiting in an RV.

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions About Kaibab National Forest

Does Kaibab National Forest offer free camping sites?

Yes, you can camp for free in Kaibab National Forest. Many areas in the forest allow dispersed camping, and there are some developed campgrounds where you can camp for a fee.

Is there a limit to how long you can camp in Kaibab National Forest?

Yes, there is a limit to how long you can camp in Kaibab National Forest. You cannot camp for more than 14 days within a 30-day period.

Do you need a permit to fish or hunt in Kaibab National Forest?

Yes, you need a permit to either fish or hunt in Kaibab National Forest. Every hunter needs a license, and anyone 10 years of age or older needs a license for fishing public waters.

What type of wildlife lives in Kaibab National Forest?

Wildlife living in Kaibab National Forest includes the Kaibab squirrel, turkey, mule deer, elk, coyote, pronghorn, and black bear.

What is the closest town to Kaibab National Forest?

Williams is the closest town of size near Kaibab National Forest. You'll find campgrounds, lodging, restaurants, shops, and more in this town.