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Woodbury Fire

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Tonto National Forest
U.S. Forest Service
2324 E. McDowell Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85006

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Recreation sites and facilities associated with the Woodbury Fire closure

Woodbury Fire Wildfire
Closures – 6/18/2019

Recreation sites and facilities associated with the Woodbury Fire closure:

Marinas/Boating Sites

  • Apache Lake Marina

  • Burnt Corral

  • Canyon Lake Marina

  • Laguna

  • Palo Verde

Campgrounds

  • Burnt Corral

  • Crabtree Wash

  • Davis Wash

  • Lower Burnt Corral Shoreline Area

  • Three-Mile Wash

  • Tortilla

  • Upper Burnt Corral Shoreline Area

Trailheads

  • Broadway

  • Boulder

  • Crosscut

  • First Water

  • Miles Ranch

  • Peralta

  • Reavis

  • Rogers Trough

  • Tortilla

  • Tule

  • Woodbury

Picnic Sites

  • Acacia Recreation Area

  • Boulder

  • Burnt Corral

Overlooks

  • Apache Lake Vista

  • Canyon Lake Vista

  • Fish Creek Vista

  • Inspiration Point

  • Needle Vista

  • Theodore Roosevelt Dam Overlook

Fee Stations/Information Sites

  • Apache Lake Aid Station

  • Canyon Lake Aid Station

Recreation Residence

  • Crabtree Wash

Organizational Camps

  • Don’s Camp

Other Sites Impacted

  • Tortilla Flats


The following are trails that are within the closure area, either their entirety or a portion of:

Arizona National Scenic Trail

Bacon (#111)

Black Mesa (#241)

Bluff Spring (#235)

Boulder (#103)

Bull Basin (#270)

Bull Pass (#129)

Campaign (#256)

Cavalry (#239)

Cemetery (#255)

Coffee Flat (#108)

Cuff Button (#276)

Dutchmans (#104)

Fire Line (#118)

Frog (#112)

Haunted Canyon (#203)

Hieroglypic (#101)

J F (#106)

Jacobs Crosscut (#58)

Millsite (#237)

Paradise (#271)

Peralta (#102)

Peters (#105)

Plow Saddle (#287)

Prospectors (#57)

Reavis Canyon (#509)

Reavis Gap (#117)

Red Tanks (#107)

Revis Ranch (#109)

Rogers Canyon (#110)

Second Water (#236)

Siphon Draw (#53)

Spencer (#275)

Terrapin (#234)

Thompson (#121)

Treasure Loop (#56)

Tule (#122)

Two Bar (#119)

West Pinto (#212)

Whiskey (#238)

Woodbury (#114)

Trailheads that are NOT within the closure area, but one or more of their trails leads into the closure area:

  • Picketpost – Visitor can still go south on the Arizona National Scenic Trail, along with other trails in the area that are south of US Highway 60

  • Campaign, Tule, and Upper Horrell – all on the eastern boundary of the wilderness area and accessible off Forest Service Road 449

  • Frazier – One of the access points for the Arizona National Scenic Trail near Roosevelt Lake
  • Hieroglyphic – This trailhead is on Arizona State Trust Land and allows for access to a trail, also entirely on state land, that parallels the southern boundary of the forest/wilderness

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