Marshall Lake

4.3/5 (10 reviews)
On FR128 to Marshall Lake, or the "South of Walnut Canyon," you will discover Boondocking and ATV heaven, with scattered views of the San Francisco Peaks! There are many side roads and dispersed campsites accessible to more robust RVs and trailers for camping. Usage on the trail's northern end close...Read More
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Highlights of Marshall Lake

Altitude Category IconAltitude
Camping Category IconCamping
Forest Category IconForest
Scenic Category IconScenic
Highest Elevation
7161 ft
Shape of Trail
Straight Through
Typically Open
Year Round
Best Direction
N/A
Official Trail Name
128
Nearest Town
Flagstaff
Nearest Services
Flagstaff
Management Agency
Coconino National Forest
District
Flagstaff Ranger District

Overview

On FR128 to Marshall Lake, or the "South of Walnut Canyon," you will discover Boondocking and ATV heaven, with scattered views of the San Francisco Peaks! There are many side roads and dispersed campsites accessible to more robust RVs and trailers for camping. Usage on the trail's northern end close to I-40 is low even during peak season when the rest of Flagstaff is bonkers.

Trail Difficulty and Assessment

Trail Guide Overview
11 Waypoints
35 Trail Photos
1 Trail Concerns
10 Community Reviews
1 Video
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