Sunrise Resorts of Arizona: Clint's Well
Surrounded by the Ponderosa Pines of the Coconino National Forest, Sunrise Resorts’ Clint’s Well offers cool, clear, mountain air. This mountain getaway features wildlife right on the grounds of the resort and nearby lakes for water sports and fishing. Rolling terrain, mountains, forests, Oak Creek Canyon, and the Mogollon Rim are only some of the attractions to be found in the Coconino National Forest. With an altitude of about 7,000 feet the 1,827,435-acre forest has deep canyons in its southern region and the San Francisco Peaks in the north. Follow SR89A from Jerome to Flagstaff on a drive through the beautiful cypress, juniper, and pine trees along spectacularly colored red, white, and yellow cliffs in the Oak Creek Canyon. It is not recommended that vehicles pulling trailers more than 20 feet long travel the steep, narrow road.
Happy Jack, Arizona 86024
United States phone: view phone(928) 477–2299 website: Visit Website
- Open year-round High-Use Seasonal Period: March 1 through April 30, September 15 through November 15
- Sites: 18 Full / 46 Partial
- Check in: 8 AM to 6 PM Check out: Noon
- Maximum Electrical: 30 amps
- Maximum RV Length: 40 ft.
Amenities: This resort offers a clubhouse, fishing, hiking, horseshoes, and 24-hour security. Dump station.
Cabins & Park Models: Trailer, Sleeps 2, $30-$40 Reservation Requirements: Check in: 8 AM-6 PM Check out: 11 AM. Rental reservations are taken 8 AM-6 PM Mountain Time, Monday-Friday. Refundable cleaning deposit of $25 is required on all rentals. Cleaning deposit required at time of booking. Two nights minimum stay. Notes: Pets are allowed, but must be leashed. No pet pens. No pets in rentals. Linens not provided. No third vehicle allowed at site. Fifth wheel and truck, or motor home and one tow. Visitor mail addressed to: General Delivery, Cornville, AZ 86325
More Info: Skiing is seasonal, but the chairlift is available daily at the Snow Bowl in Flagstaff. The 6,450-foot-long chairlift climbs to 11,500 feet, offering breathtaking views of northern Arizona. Only a hike away, you can also view the Grand Canyon from this vantage point. A short drive to the west of the resort is the Montezuma Castle National Monument and the ruins of an early cliff dwelling. A limestone sinkhole, Montezuma Well, is a part of the monument. Some of the area ditches dug centuries ago are still used as a source of water.