Lake Campground is situated deep into Sitgreaves
National Forest. The road is slow and takes at least an
hour in the best conditions from Woods Canyon Lake. The
reward is fantastic fishing and relative solitude. If
you don't mind hiking, the 3/4 mile hike to the lake is
steep but well marked. Chevelon Canyon was created by
impounding the waters of Chevelon Creek. Both Woods Canyon
Lake and Willow Springs Lake
drain into the creek and help fill Chevelon. There is
a small boat dock on the north end of Chevelon Lake.
is a visitor center at the intersection of S.R. 260 and Rim Road
on the south side of the road as you approach the turnoff to Woods
is no water at the campground.
Woods Canyon Lake, backtrack to the Woods Canyon Recreation
Area entrance at Rim Road and take a right. Follow Rim Road
for 5.3 miles to F.R. 169 and turn right. Follow F.R. 169
for 13 miles to the turnoff at F.R. 169B. Turn right at
the turnoff to the campground.