Ashurst Lake

Southeast of Flagstaff, AZ

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Ashurst Lake is a small lake located 20 miles southeast of Flagstaff. It is one of the few natural lakes in Arizona. Unlike other lakes in the region, it is fed by a more reliable water source and therefore retains water even while other lakes in the region, such as Mormon Lake, are mostly dry during drought periods. Ashurst Lake is a nice destination to escape the heat of Phoenix.


Ashurst Lake is located in the Coconino National Forest about 20 miles southeast of Flagstaff, AZ.

To get to the event site:

From Phoenix:
  • Travel north on I-17 approximately 140 miles to Flagstaff.
  • Just before arriving in Flagstaff, take exit 339 "Lake Mary Road".
  • Travel east/southeast on Lake Mary Road for 20 miles to Forest Service Road 82E (FS82E).
  • Travel east on FS82E approximately 5 miles to Ashurst Lake. This is an all-weather gravel road.
  • Upon arriving at Ashurst Lake, turn left to pass by the north side of the lake. Continue about 1 mile to the event start/finish location.
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From Flagstaff, Lake Mary Road
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Turn on Forest Service Road 82-E
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