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Luna Lake

Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests
Alpine, Arizona 85920
Luna Lake Campground webpage

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Coordinates: 33.829, -109.09
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Tips for birding Luna Lake Wildlife Area
A multitude of ducks and geese, bald eagles, osprey, and many species of migratory songbirds abound. Other birds present in the area include Merriam’s turkey, long-eared owl, and Wilson’s snipe.
From Arizona Watchable Wildlife

About Luna Lake Wildlife Area
The Luna Lake Wildlife Area is nestled in the White Mountains, offering a cool, high-elevation escape from the desert heat in summer. The area provides opportunities for the whole family, ranging from trout fishing and waterfowl hunting to watching a resident pair of bald eagles raise their young, or just plain relaxing. In addition to the lake itself, the nearby wetlands and forests provide great opportunities to view wildlife for nature lovers of all ages.

The Luna Lake Wildlife Area provides a wide array of recreational opportunities, including wildlife watching, hunting, trout fishing, hiking, and boating. This area provides the only quality resting, feeding, and nesting habitat for migratory and resident waterfowl in the upper San Francisco River Valley. Several thousand waterfowl use it during the early spring as a rest area during their migration north, providing fantastic bird-watching opportunities. Abundant waterfowl in the fall months provide recreational opportunity for waterfowl hunters. In addition to waterfowl and trout fishing, the uplands are managed for regular use by elk.
From Luna Lake Wildlife Area webpage

About Luna Lake Campground
Luna Lake Campground can best be described as a pleasant vacation neighborhood with open forest, lush meados, a lake with great fishing, first rate mountain scenery and additional recreation facilities located within easy travel distance. This friendly camp is located in an open stand of ponderosa pines within easy walking distance of Luna Lake.

Directions from Alpine: Drive five miles east on US-180 and turn north (left) on Forest Road 570 just east of Luna Lake. This graveled all-weather road leads one mile to the campground.
From Luna Lake Campground webpage