Log Landing

Total Miles
5.3

Elevation

2,766.62 ft

Duration

0.5 Hours

Technical Rating

1

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

Log Landing is an easy, two-lane gravel road leading to Big Lake in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest in the beautiful Arizona White Mountains. Besides snow during the winter, there are no obstacles associated with this trail. The trail leads to Big Lake and offers camping and other recreation activities. As always, be a steward and protect our public lands and national forests; observe Tread Lightly! Principles and have fun.

Photos of Log Landing

Log Landing
Log Landing
Log Landing

Difficulty

Maintained, two lane gravel road.

History

Big Lake itself is 575 acres, and makes a convenient base for other local lakes like Crescent Lake, Lee Valley Lake and the East and West Forks of the Black River. Choose your site from one of nine campgrounds and experience exceptional hiking and mountain biking trails, wildlife viewing, and trout fishing. Campers have the convenience of paved roads, a dump station and showers, but no electric hookups. Apache Trout, the largest campground can accommodate RVs (max 45 feet) as well as in sections of Grayling Campground. Two campgrounds give tent campers the entire campground all to themselves. A visitor center and naturalist programs offer plenty of knowledge about the area. Forest order 03-01-20-01 prohibits possessing or storing food in Big Lake Recreation Area. This includes feeding wildlife.

Technical Rating

1

Status Reports

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