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Pinetop-Lakeside by Chris Paxman

Clay Springs

This tiny white mountains hamlet – just 25 blocks – has retained its small town feel. And from April–October, it’s a dynamite base for adventure.

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Enjoy the great outdoors in Clay Springs, which lies within the borders a pristine national forest.

Crisp, pine-scented mountain air. Unlimited views. Endless opportunities for outdoor enjoyment. That’s what’s on tap for those who love being close to the land.

Clay Springs is located in the beautiful Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest. It holds a handful of ranching families, and a whole lot of open space for exploring. Unplug and unwind with a camping trip amid the pines. The community’s Arizona High Country Campground offers 32 RV sites and WiFi for those who prefer to stay connected on their getaway.

Friendly locals can steer you to nearby attractions that include superb hiking, motorized ATV and 4x4 trails, lakes, golfing, and hunting. Nearly every weekend in season, there are fun festivals and events in the surrounding communities.

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Just The Facts

For Visitor information

Arizona High Country Campground | 5064 Sawmill Rd. | Clay Springs, AZ | (928) 739-4383 |

County It all started How High? Head Count
Navajo Unknown 6,302ft 401

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