White Horse Lake Loop For ATV Riding

The 19th most popular all terrain vehicle trail in Arizona.

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Southwest of Flagstaff in the Kaibab National Forest, the White Horse Lake Loop is a 28 mile loop open to ATV riding. The route is not recommended when wet due to thick mud.

To reach the ATV trailhead for the White Horse Lake Loop from Williams, head follow 4th Street (S. Perkinsville Rd / FR 173) (at White Horse Lake sign) south 8.4 miles to another White Horse Lake sign (Forest Rt. 110). This is where the loop starts. Follow the road east to the White Horse Lake Campground. Head south and then west to make a loop back to 4th Street (S. Perkinsville Rd. / FR 173.)

Note: As of September 2007, ATV riding on Forest Service roads is limited to ATVs with valid license plates.

Overall, White Horse Lake Loop is the 19th most popular ATV riding trail of all 42 ATV trails in Arizona. Several of the better atv trails are nearby White Horse Lake Loop including Sycamore Point Trail, Hull Cabin Trail and Bill Williams Mountain Loop Road.


Local Contact(s):  KNF (928) 635-4707; Arizona Tourism (866) 275-5816; Flagstaff Motorsports ATV Rentals (928) 773-7930

Recommended Book:  "Arizona 4WD Trails" from Charles Wells

Best Season:  May - Oct

Breakfast Restaurant:  Railroad Cafe, Flagstaff

Reference Source:  click here http://www.fs.usda.gov/kaibab

Article Source:   Best White Horse Lake Loop ATV Trails Review https://www.trailsource.com/?type=ATV&id=15514

GPS:  35.1423, -112.1486

Date Published:  1/2/2016

Date Updated:  8/20/2016

ID:  15514

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