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Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area is in east-central Arizona, close to the towns of Snowflake, Whiteriver, and Show Low. Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area lies on, as the name suggests, Fool Hollow Lake. This man-made freshwater lake was created in 1957 with the damming and impounding of both Show Low Creek and Fool Hollow Wash. The park also lies in one of the largest contiguous belts of ponderosa pine forests in the world. Sitting on the lakeshore of Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area and enveloped by the lush pine forests of southwestern America, it is easy to see why so many choose to spend their vacations here.

From its appealing location, its fantastic fishing and boating, Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area is the ideal place to visit with a rental RV. Navigating your way to Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area with a rental RV is easier than you may think. The nearby Highway 77 links the area to the rest of Arizona. Rent a camper near Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area and get blissfully lost in this Arizona oasis. Search for an RV in Navajo County to start your very own Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area adventure.

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Getting Outdoors

Many keen fishermen and women seek out the waters of Fool Hollow Lake for the fantastic fishing that can be had here. Fool Hollow Lake is home to a wide verity of freshwater game fish, and Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area campers can get their share of the angling action. Although northeastern Arizona is not the first place that comes to mind when you think of world-class bass fishing, Fool Hollow Lake is here to surprise you. Verities such as largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, and hybrid bass can be caught with ease on these waters. Lake trout and northern pike can also be caught here, only adding to the lake’s angling appeal.

Alongside the jaw-dropping fishing experience, Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area is also a sought after destination for boaters. Boating of all kinds can be enjoyed out on the lake, although gas-powered boats are restricted to 10 horsepower motors. There are two single-lane boat ramps at Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area, one on the west side and another on the east. Those motorhome camping without a boat of their own can rent boats such as kayaks, canoes, and paddleboards. This service is only available during the summer season.

As Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area is set in some of the most pristine forests in all of Arizona, it is naturally a haven for nature lovers, especially hikers. The most frequented hiking trail is by far the 1.5-mile walking trail that runs along the west and south sides of the lake. Walking this trail will provide awe-inspiring views of the surrounding lake and forests. The trail will also increase your chances of seeing the area’s abundant wildlife, including elk, Albert’s squirrel, and mule deer.

Camping at Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area

Those RV camping at Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area will find 92 sites that can accommodate RVs up to 40 feet in length. Full 20, 30, 50 amp electric, water, and sewer hookups are provided at these sites, making your camping experience as comfortable as possible. Facilities at Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area campground include a dump station, flushing toilets, shower blocks, and all are ADA accessible. Pets are also welcome on the campground but must be kept on a leash at all times.

An alternative to camping at Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area campsite is to seek out a nearby RV park, and Venture In RV Resort is an ideal choice. Full hookups are also provided here, along with a dump station, restroom, laundry service, and an on-site general store.

Exploring the Area

Campers with a taste for all things history, take the short drive to the Show Low Museum. This museum is a treasure trove of information on the local history of this part of Arizona. A wide range of ever-changing exhibitions can be seen here, covering subjects such as Native American history right through to the first European settlers. The museum is also a great place to see hundreds of historical artifacts collected by locals and historians. Being so close to Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area, this is the perfect way to spend an afternoon.

A few miles east of Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area is the town of Springerville, home to a variety of day trip opportunities. The White Mountain Dinosaur Exploration Center is a great day out for the whole family. The center will help visitors learn about dinosaurs and especially remains that have been found within the state of Arizona. As this is such a significant link with the state itself, there is nowhere better to learn about these prehistoric creatures.

Springerville is also the home of the R Lazy J Wildlife Ranch, another great day trip idea for families camping at Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area. The ranch focuses on close up personal interaction with the animals its houses, making it the perfect place to visit with young children wishing to learn about animals. A visit to the R Lazy J Wildlife Ranch will allow you to get up close to unique animals such as scimitar-horned oryx, water buffalo, and giant watusi cattle.

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