Mormon Lake Lodge
Arizona boasts of a wide array of attractions, cultural activities and historical landmarks. Coconino National Forest's pleasant climate and mountainous landscape is conducive to spending time outdoors engaged in a wide variety of outdoor activities. Hiking, biking, fishing, rock climbing, horseback riding, cross-country skiing, and hunting are just a sampling of activities available.
Mormon Lake Lodge situated in the tall pine country of Northern Arizona is just 30 minutes southeast of Flagstaff and 2 1/2 hours north of Phoenix. The quaint Western ambiance of this remote 300-acre retreat is the perfect backdrop for an intimate gathering of family and friends - or a conducive, out-of-the ordinary setting for a corporate team building encounter.
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Our centralized location allows for an easy day's drive to many popular Arizona destinations including the Grand Canyon, Sedona, Jerome, the Hopi Cultural Center, the Museum of Northern Arizona, Northern Arizona University, Sunset Crater, Lowell Observatory, the Meteor Crater and the Flagstaff Arboretum. From a mule ride in the Grand Canyon to an off-road Jeep tour in Sedona to a tour of Jerome's Mining Museum, the endless activities in Northern Arizona appeal to those who appreciate all Arizona has to offer. With its close proximity to Flagstaff, Mormon Lake Lodge is a wonderful home base as you explore Northern Arizona's most popular attractions.
Directions & Map to Mormon Lake
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From I-40 traveling East or West: Take the Sedona/Phoenix south turn-off and get onto 1-17 South. Take the first off-ramp Sedona 89A/Pulliam Airport exit and turn left and cross back over the freeway and get back onto I-17 North. The first off ramp is Lake Mary Hwy. At the off-ramp stop sign turn right and travel according to the following directions.
From Flagstaff: Take the Lake Mary Hwy (FH3) about 21 miles (towards Payson) to the Mormon Lake Village turn-off sign. Turn right and travel about 7 miles to the lodge. You will see the roping arena, campground and RV Park on your left and you will not miss the lodge.
From Payson: Take Hwy 87 north and go through Strawberry and Pine to the little village of Clint's Well. Just past the store and gas station, turn left and take FH 3 (Lake Mary Hwy) north towards Flagstaff. Travel about 35-40 minutes and you will pass the Stoneman Lake Road turn-off. About seven miles past the Stoneman Lake Road turn off you will see the south entrance to Mormon Lake Village - watch for the Mormon Lake Village sign on the right side of the road. Turn left and travel two miles to the lodge. You will not miss the lodge.
From I-17, on the Stoneman Lake Road: Get off I-17 on the Stoneman Lake Road turn-off and travel about seven miles on paved road to the end of the paving at a T-intersection with unpaved road. Turn left at the stop sign and travel about eight miles to the next paved road - FH3 (Lake Mary Hwy). Turn left and travel about seven more miles to the south entrance to Mormon Lake Village. Look for the Mormon Lake Village sign on the right side of the road. Turn left and travel two miles to the lodge. You will not miss the lodge.
NOTE: Stoneman Lake Road, while well traveled, is only paved for 7 of 16 miles at the I-17 end of the road; the rest of the road is graded cinder road and might not be suitable for some cars or may be closed in severe weather conditions.
There are large "Mormon Lake Village" forest service signs at both north and south entrances. If you miss either entrance from the Lake Mary Hwy (FH3) you will have a marvelous view of the lakebed as you travel along the mesa road that overlooks the lake and the village on the opposite side. You can turn around and travel back to the nearest entrance or continue on to the next entrance. Mormon Lake Road (FH90) loops the lakebed and is accessed from either, the north, or south end of the lake. Munds Park Road is not recommended unless you have a good forest service map, are familiar with the terrain, and have a solid, high clearance, vehicle.
Watch out for elk and deer!
Questions? Call us at 928-354-2227 ext 10. We'll see you soon!