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The Weather near Mormon Lake
Check out the climate diagram for Mormon Lake. In the next 6 months, June will have higher average temperatures. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 37° low. The rainiest month is June while the driest month is June.
Stay in a Mormon Lake vacation rental and experience cowboy life
Stay in a Mormon Lake cabin to enjoy everything Arizona’s largest lake has to offer. From horse riding and mountain biking to cross-country skiing and fishing, there’s plenty to keep your family occupied at Mormon Lake.
Mormon Lake: summer lounging and winter activities
Mormon Lake village is your perfect base for exploring the surrounding area. Hike around Double Spring National Forest or go boating on the lake. If you’re visiting in winter, there’s snowmobiling and skiing, and during the summer, the lake is the perfect place to enjoy a picnic.
Sample a locally produced steak at the famous cowboy steakhouse, Mormon Lake Lodge, or simply fish your dinner from the lake and pair it with the scenery from your own Mormon Lake cabin.
Enjoy Mormon Lake with the family
Kids will love spending time at Mormon Lake. They can learn to ride horses at Mormon Lodge, regardless of experience, and they’ll love handling the animals at the petting zoo in Buffalo Habitat.
In the winter months, why not treat your family to a guided snowmobile tour? Plus there are plenty of hiking opportunities for everyone. Don’t forget to take the binoculars to try and spot the birds and animals that live in the woods.
Get away from Mormon Lake: mountain drives and scenic forest
Arizona is criss-crossed with winding roads featuring wide mountain views that are just perfect road trips. If you love life on the back of your motorcycle, head to Bikers Life AZ to discover a mine of information on biking in Arizona.
The nearby Fulton Canyon is the best place for fly fishing. It's less than an hour away from the Coconino National Forest, which hosts diverse landscapes, trail walks, scenic drives, and more.
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