Covering more than 55,000 acres, this second-largest canyon in northern Arizona is a scenic wonder well worth exploring. Home ... More
Covering more than 55,000 acres, this second-largest canyon in northern Arizona is a scenic wonder well worth exploring. Home to mountain lions, black bear and Arizona's state animal, the ringtail cat, the wilderness area also has historic Indian ruins, swimming and fishing, and terrific hiking and horseback trails. Visitors can drive along the Rim Trail or backpack farther into the gorge. Contact the City of Williams/Kaibab National Forest Visitors Center for maps and information.
It was so peaceful to camp outdoors at a place where you can hear ocean waves rising and falling all night long! Lots of wild little animals in the bushes...i had fun photographing blue jays. The best part...the dogs are allowed on the beach! We've returned several times!
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