Added by Kathleen Buenviaje
Pine Grove is located only an hour away from Sedona, AZ and is surrounded by lakes, pine trees, and open meadows.
Pine Grove Campground in Flagstaff Arizona is a hidden gem. Upper and Lower Lake Mary, Ashurst, Marshall and Kinnikinick lakes are nearby and can provide ample recreational activities.
The campsites are clean and have all the luxurious amenities (Coin-operated showers, tables, fire rings and cooking grills, Drinking water, Toilets (flush type, handicap-accessible), RV dump station) base campers desire. These aren't your typical sites where your neighbors tents are literally touching the sides of your tent, unless of course you want that. There's a good amount of space and a trail to take a hike on too.
The scenery of this campground is peaceful. It sits in a grove of pines and has a meadow perfect for meditation or simply losing yourself amongst the trees, grass and sky. A short walk around the campground and you'll find a mini amphitheater. It's a great place to visit at night and to enjoy the evening with the millions of stars that will appear above you.
A short hour drive will land you in the majestic lands of Sedona. Sedona has a plethora of hikes to keep you and the family busy all day.
If Sedona campground is full, this campground is a great back up to consider. Reserve your campsite here.
Note: It's important to keep the weather forecast in mind. Desert storms can shift and appear out of nowhere, even in the summer.
- Sleeping Bag
- Towels (if you're going to shower)
- Coins for the shower
- Shower flip flops
- Hiking Shoes
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