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Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area

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Fool Hollow
Fool Hollow
Fool Hollow
Fool Hollow

Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area, Arizona

Arizona can heat up all through the year, so if you want to chill out, you have to have a few tricks up your sleeve. On of those tricks is getting high and getting wet. You can do both at Fool Hollow Read more...
Arizona can heat up all through the year, so if you want to chill out, you have to have a few tricks up your sleeve. On of those tricks is getting high and getting wet. You can do both at Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area. At 6,300 feet in elevation, you can beat the heat and get busy fishing, swimming, boating, hiking, and exploring. The huge campground offers plenty in the way of amenities, but little in the way of shade. Still, who needs shade when you’ve got a sweet little lake and high mountain trails? The next time you feel the need to escape the heat, simply pack up and head out to Fool Hollow Lake.
Fool Hollow Campground
Marshall
Marshall : We camped at Fool Hollow several years ago on our was West from New England. The sites are very nice...
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