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Description - Plateau Country extends from the foot of the Peaks to the south. This rolling highland is a land of ponderosa pine forests and pinyon, juniper woodlands clustered around broad prairies and small lakes. Arizona's largest natural lake, Mormon Lake, is located here. The area is also known for its plentiful wildlife. Large herds of elk roam the forests and edgelands. Bald eagles and ospreys live and hunt around the lakes. Pronghorn antelope graze the prairies.

Recreation - Principal recreation activities in among the lakes and prairies of Plateau Country are boating, fishing, camping, and wildlife watching. The area also boasts some excellent cross-country skiing in good snow years.

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Mormon Lake Ranger District, 4773 S. Lake Mary Road , Flagstaff, AZ, 86001, Phone: 520-774-1147, Fax: 520-774-1147

Additional Information:
Arizona Lakes and Reservoirs - The reservoirs and lakes in Arizona provide excellent water based recreational opportunities in this otherwise arid state. The water, combined with a typically warm climate makes the lakes and reservoirs very popular.
Coconino National Forest - The Coconino National Forest lies in central Arizona, around the communities of Flagstaff and Sedona. Landscapes on the Forest vary from semiarid desert through ponderosa pine forests to alpine tundra.

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