Kaibab National Forest attractions

Viewpoint in Kaibab National Forest

Marble Viewpoint

A favorite of the many Kaibab National Forest overlooks, this viewpoint makes a hauntingly spectacular picnic or camping spot. From bald 1-acre hilltop – covered with Indian paintbrush and hiding Coconino sandstone …
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The ostensible main attraction here is the wildlife park – where visitors drive themselves slowly along a road that winds through 160 acres inhabited by roaming gray wolves, bison, bighorn sheep and black bears – bu…
Viewpoint in Kaibab National Forest

Grandview Lookout Tower

Built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1936 as a fire tower, the 80ft Grandview Lookout Tower offers great views of the region for those willing and able to climb all those stairs. From Grand Canyon National Pa…
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National Geographic Visitor Center & IMAX Theater

Hourly, on the half-hour, the IMAX theater here screens a terrific 34-minute film called Grand Canyon – The Hidden Secrets. This recommended film plunges you into the history and geology of the canyon through the ey…
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Grand Canyon Deer Farm

Blanketed in wood chips, a trail leads through an open area where the deer roam free and gather eagerly around visitors whose outstretched hands are full of tasty pellets. A smaller pen is home to goats (quite the l…
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Ash Fork Route 66 Museum

This endearing mom-and-pop museum offers a handful of displays highlighting Ash Fork's Route 66 history.